Although Sean Ryan will likely remain with the New York Giants, it was suggested several weeks ago that his position on the coaching staff may change. That will now become a certainty as Sports Illustrated reports the Giants will hire Oregon State offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf as their next quarterbacks coach.
Langsdorf, who has been with Oregon State as both their offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach since 2005, has previous NFL experience, having worked with Ben McAdoo in 2002 as an offensive assistant and quality control coach for the New Orleans Saints.
From 1999-2001, Langsdorf worked in the CFL with the Edmonton Eskimos as both a wide receivers coach and quarterback coach. Prior to that, he was again with Oregon State as a Graduate Assistant (1997-1998) and California Lutheran, also as a Graduate Assistant (1996).
This past season, Oregon State's offense ranked 30th in the FBS, averaging 34.8 points per game. Their passing offense, meanwhile, ranked third in the entire nation averaging 372.6 yards per game.
The Giants have not yet confirmed the hiring of Langsdorf, but did acknowledge he was interviewed for the position.
Sean Ryan will now reportedly coach tight ends.
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