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New York Giants Reassign Sean Ryan; Former QB Coach Will Now Coach Tight Ends: Report

January 25th, 2014 at 10:00 AM
By Dan Benton

Pending an official announcement, it would appear as if the New York Giants' reshuffled offensive coaching staff is now in place. In addition to the hiring of offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo, who joined the team following the retirement of Kevin Gilbride, as well as the hiring of running backs coach Craig Johnson and the pending addition of quarterbacks coach Danny Langsdorf, The Star-Ledger reports former QB coach Sean Ryan will be reassigned to coach tight ends, replacing the recently departed Mike Pope (now with the Dallas Cowboys).

Once the Giants make all of these hirings and reassignments official, the offensive staff will take the following form:

  • Head Coach: Tom Coughlin
  • Offensive Coordinator: Ben McAdoo
  • Quarterbacks Coach: Danny Langsdorf
  • Running Backs Coach: Craig Johnson
  • Tight Ends Coach: Sean Ryan
  • Wide Receivers Coach: Kevin M. Gilbride
  • Offensive Line Coach: Pat Flaherty
  • Assistant Offensive Line Coach: Lunda Wells
  • Offensive Assistant: Ryan Roeder

Ryan, who joined the Giants in 2007, has never before coached tight ends in his career. During his tenure with the Giants, he's coached quarterbacks, wide receivers and acted as an offensive quality control coach.

Update: The Star-Ledger is now reporting that their earlier report may have been incorrect and that Sean Ryan may not be reassigned to coach tight ends.


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Tags: Ben McAdoo, Craig Johnson, Danny Langsdorf, Football, Kevin Gilbride, Lunda Wells, Mike Pope, New York, New York Giants, NFL, Pat Flaherty, Sean Ryan, Tom Coughlin

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2 Responses to “New York Giants Reassign Sean Ryan; Former QB Coach Will Now Coach Tight Ends: Report”

  1.  Begiant says:

    Going back to the last article. I disagree that we shouldn’t keep Rogers, Ross or Webster. With Linval Joseph being possibly poached by another team, we may very well need Shaun Rogers to take up 7-10 snaps a game. Cutting Webster would only save like 1.25 million. I don’t think we could get a better corner with that money. I am not going to argue that Webster hasn’t fallen off the past two years, but he still has some talent and can definitely contribute to our defense next year. Ross may be washed up, but he was in position to make some plays last year. At least he should be considered as a pickup near the end of training camp if our DBs don’t look good enough.

  2.  Begiant says:

    Also going back to the last article, I feel like the words “legit”, “clutch” and “stealthier” were kind of forced. They just didn’t seem like they fit. Regardless, I thought the idea was great. Nothing I love more than reading about possibilities of our offseason. Go Giants.

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