Giants’ coaching information: Thomas McGaughey reportedly set as special teams coach
Thomas McGaughey turning into special teams coach for the New York Giants has apparently moved from the “expected” stage to turning into a accomplished deal. NJ Advance Media is reporting that McGaughey has finalized a deal to interchange Tom Quinn.
McGaughey was not too long ago let go as special teams coordinator of the Carolina Panthers. He was assistant special teams coach with the Giants from 2007-2010, beneath Quinn. He has run his personal special teams models at LSU, with the New York Jets, San Francisco 49ers and Panthers.
McGaughey has by no means labored with new head coach Pat Shurmur. He is, nevertheless, acquainted to GM Dave Gettleman. They had been collectively each with the Giants and Panthers.
McGaughey will likely be taking on a special teams unit that was the worst within the NFL final season.
While scouting 2018 NFL Draft prospects on the Senior Bowl, Shurmur has been busy attempting to fill out his employees of assistant coaches. James Bettcher is anticipated to change into defensive coordinator and Tyke Tolbert is reportedly going to change into huge receivers coach.