After a whirlwind 48 hours that saw the hiring of Ben McAdoo as offensive coordinator and the termination of both Mike Pope and Jerald Ingram, it would appear as if the winds of change have calmed for the New York Giants. With the exception of hiring both a new tight end coach and running back coach, Big Blue is, apparently, done with their offensive staff shuffling.
Although originally considered to be on the chopping block, quarterback coach Sean Ryan, and any remaining offensive assistants, can now breath a sigh of relief. They are safe.
However, at least in the case of Ryan, it is expected that he will be reassigned. Where? Well, that remains to be seen, but at least for the interim, he remains the quarterback coach.
Meanwhile, additional assistants who will remain a part of Tom Coughlin's offensive coaching staff include offensive line coach Pat Flaherty, assistant offensive line coach Lunda Wells, wide receivers coach Kevin M. Gilbride and offensive assistant Ryan Roeder.
It is also expected — at least for now — that the defensive coaching staff, special teams coaching staff and strength and condition staff will remain the same.
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