The New York Giants are likely to part ways with general manager Dave Gettleman in the coming weeks, but head coach Joe Judge and quarterback Daniel Jones appear safe.
On Sunday morning, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that the Giants intend to bring both back in 2022 despite the upcoming shift at GM.
The New York Giants are planning to bring back head coach Joe Judge and quarterback Daniel Jones for the 2022 season, league sources tell ESPN.
The Giants believe both Judge and Jones deserve the opportunity to demonstrate their talents next season, even though New York already has been eliminated from the playoffs and has clinched a fifth consecutive season with double-digit losses.
Schefter adds that several other “difficult conversations” are likely to occur and that Judge will be involved in those discussions.
The Giants still are expected to have difficult conversations with multiple members of the organization in an attempt to diagnose all that has gone wrong in recent seasons, and Judge will be a key part of those conversations.
Retaining Judge and Jones adds a wrinkle to any potential GM search. Most incoming executives would want to build their own coaching staff and roster, which strengthens the possibility of the Giants promoting assistant general manager Kevin Abrams.
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