The New York Giants have a couple openings available. New York could reach out to New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels about their head coaching vacancy.
McDaniels was asked about his interest in the Giants head coaching gig on Tuesday and he had a very Patriots-like answer.
“Interested in the Dolphins right now. That’s where my focus is at and where it will stay,” McDaniels said, per Mike Reiss of ESPN.
McDaniels will be a candidate for several head coaching jobs once New England’s season concludes.
If McDaniels does become a head coach it’ll be his second opportunity. His first time being a head coach came with the Denver Broncos. His tenure in Denver didn’t go so well. He was 11-17 in 28 games with the Broncos. He’s had much better success as a coordinator in the NFL. A team will probably give him another chance, though.