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Joe Judge was named the 19th head coach in Giants history on Jan. 8, 2020.
Judge, 38, brings 15 years of coaching experience to his first head coaching the job, including the last eight with the New England Patriots. In 2019, Judge was both the Patriots’ special teams coordinator and wide receivers coach.
Giants coach Joe Judge announced in January that Jason Garrett will be the team's offensive coordinator
Garrett is a former Giants backup quarterback who recently completed a 10-year stint as the Dallas Cowboys’ head coach. He was Dallas’ offensive coordinator from 2007 until his appointment as head coach midway through the 2010 season.
Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator
Giants coach Joe Judge announced in January that Patrick Graham will be the team's assistant head coach/defensive coordinator
Graham, who turns 41 on Jan. 24, joins the Giants with 11 years of NFL coaching experience with four teams. He has coached in the playoffs in eight of those seasons and has been part of teams that have won seven division titles, two conference championships and one Super Bowl (XLIX).
Special Teams Coordinator
McGaughey recently completed his second season as the Giants’ special teams coordinator. He was previously a coordinator for three other teams and was the Giants’ assistant special teams coach from 2007-10.