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The Giants announced that Brian Daboll will become the 20th head coach in franchise history.
Daboll, 46, spent the previous four seasons as the Buffalo Bills’ offensive coordinator. He joins Joe Schoen in a leadership tandem that seeks to improve the fortunes of a franchise that has endured five consecutive losing seasons. Schoen was Buffalo’s assistant general manager during Daboll’s entire tenure with the team.
Kafka, 34, spent the previous five seasons as an assistant coach on Andy Reid's staff with the Kansas City Chiefs, the last two as the team's quarterbacks coach and pass game coordinator.
During Kafka's tenure in Kansas City, the Chiefs were one of the NFL's most successful teams and deployed one of the league's most prolific offenses. Patrick Mahomes became an NFL most valuable player who is included in any discussion of the league' best players.
Martindale, 58, is a 35-year coaching veteran, including 17 in the NFL. He spent the previous 10 seasons on the Baltimore Ravens' coaching staff, the last four as defensive coordinator. He joined the team in 2012, the season Baltimore won Super Bowl XLVII, and was the team's inside linebackers coach through the 2015 season. He was the team's linebackers coach from 2016-17. Martindale was also the Denver Broncos' defensive coordinator in 2010.
Special Teams Coordinator
McGaughey, 48, is entering his fifth season as the Giants' special teams coordinator. He was also the team's assistant special teams coach from 2007-2010. Daboll will be the fourth Giants coach for whom he has worked, following Tom Coughlin, Pat Shurmur and Judge.
McGaughey has also been a coordinator for the Jets, San Francisco 49ers and Carolina Panthers.