EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The Giants today announced three additions to Joe Judge's coaching staff.
Russ Callaway is the team's new offensive quality control coach and Ryan Anderson and Carter Blount are defensive quality control coaches.
Callaway comes to the Giants from LSU, where he spent the 2020 season as a senior offensive analyst. He previously spent five seasons as the offensive coordinator at Samford University in Birmingham. In 2019, his final season in that position, the Bulldogs finished tied for second in the Southern Conference with a 32.2 points-per-game average.
One of Callaway's standout players at Samford was quarterback Devlin Hodges – currently with the Los Angeles Rams – who in 2018 earned the Walter Payton Award as the top offensive player in FCS football.
Callaway spent two years as the wide receivers coach/recruiting coordinator at Murray State and began his coaching career as a defensive analyst at Alabama, where he worked with Judge in 2011.
Anderson was the safeties coach at Elon College in 2019-20. Prior to that, he was Hampton University's defensive coordinator in 2018, East Carolina's inside linebackers coach in 2016-17 and a defensive assistant at Vanderbilt from 2013-15.
Blount comes to the Giants from the University of Tennessee, where he was the special teams quality control analyst. He worked under head coach Jeremy Pruitt, who recently joined the Giants as a senior defensive assistant.
Blount was previously a special teams analyst at Alabama – where he worked with Judge in 2009 - and he also coached at LSU, Georgia, Birmingham-Southern and South Alabama.
View photos of the 2021 New York Giants coaching staff.