The Giants announced on Friday that Joe Schoen is the team's next general manager.
Here is how the NFL world reacted to the news of Schoen's hire.
Brian Daboll met with the media Monday for the first time as the Giants Head Coach.
The development of Josh Allen is at the top of everyone's mind when they think of Brian Daboll, but it's not the first one that Joe Schoen witnessed. The Giants don't think it will be the last, either.
Daboll designed and called the plays for one of the NFL's most prolific attacks and helped develop Josh Allen into one of the league's very best quarterbacks.
Patrick Graham finished his second season in his second stint with the team. He also served as the Giants' defensive line coach from 2016-2017.
At his introductory press conference, general manager Joe Schoen said the biggest thing he learned in Buffalo was putting "the right people in the right seats."
Head Coach Brian Daboll, Giants President John Mara and General Manager Joe Schoen spoke to the media on Monday.
The Giants announced that Brian Daboll will become the 20th head coach in franchise history.
Giants.com's Michael Eisen sat down with new GM Joe Schoen to discuss his first week on the job and to get his thoughts on several Giants-related topics.
Daboll served the past four seasons as the Bills' offensive coordinator and was named the 2020 AP Assistant Coach of the Year.
Brian Daboll will become the 20th head coach in the history of the New York Giants.
Joe Schoen could see cornfields across the road from where he grew up, and now the son of Indiana is general manager of the New York Giants.