Media duties are complete and New York Giants team facilities will be closed to media until early spring.But The hard work is about to begin For General Manager Joe Schoen and Front Office.
Shane told reporters at a news conference Monday that he plans to meet with his coaching staff to put together an offseason plan to work on free agency and the roster. These meetings were scheduled to begin on Thursday, Shane said.
It sounded like Shane wanted to deal with the Giants’ own future free agency first…of their contract.
The process will be in collaboration with head coach Brian Dabor and the coaching staff to provide feedback on which players they would like to bring back and what they feel is needed to fill the talent gap in NFC East. It is expected that
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Thinking of making the move to Davis Webb Coaching?
Prior to signing with the Giants, quarterback Davis Webb was offered a quarterback coaching job with the Buffalo Bills. But Webb still believed he could contribute more as a player, but he rejoined the Giants after hiring Bryan Dabor, who had been offensive coordinator at Buffalo, as head coach. .
Webb, who made his first NFL start in the Giants’ Week 18 game against the Eagles, may be looking to start a coaching career away from his playing days, reports say.
The idea that Webb will move on isn’t far-fetched. He finished the season on the Giants’ practice team, but he hasn’t signed a reserve/futures contract, at least as of this writing.
If offensive coordinator Mike Kafka gets the head coach job, it might be easy to think Webb might be recruited to join Kafka’s staff. promoted quarterback coach Shay Tierney to the role of offensive coordinator, potentially offering Webb a quarterback coaching job.
Daniel Jones frequently credits Webb with helping facilitate his learning of the crimes installed by Dabor and Kafka.
“He’s a player. He sees it through the eyes of a quarterback,” Jones said in August. “What we’re doing now, those references are helpful. If he just discovered how to learn certain things here or remember certain parts of the system, we’re all very valuable to the
Kavon Thibodeau named to PWFA All-Rookie Team
Outback backer Kavon Thibodeau was the fifth overall pick in the draft, giving the Giants a solid rookie season since the days of Jason-Pierre-Paul, Justin Tuck and Osi Umeniola. Fittingly, Thibodeau earned a spot on his football pro and his Writers of America All-Rookie Team.
After missing the first two regular season games due to an MCL sprain, the former Oregon product totaled 49 tackles, 13 quarterback hits, six tackle losses and four sacks. bottom.
Two of those bags came at a big moment. One was Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson’s strip sack that sealed the game in Week 6.
Thibodeau is the first Giant to be named to the PFWA All-Rookie Team since Dexter Lawrence II in 2019.
Quincy Roche Signs Reserve/Futures Deal With Steelers
Linebacker Quincy Roche Signs Reserve/Futures Contract with the Pittsburgh Steelersthe team that first drafted him out of college.
Roche finished his career at the University of Miami in 2020 after playing college ball for Temple University from 2016-2019. He was named by the Steelers in his sixth round, but did not stick to the 53-man roster and was waived.
Roche was ruled out of the Giants’ waivers on September 1, 2021, appearing in 14 games and starting three times for the Giants in 2021. He recorded his 38 tackles, including his 5 losses and his 2.5 sacks.
Roche did not make the Giants’ roster this season, landing on the practice team instead. He appeared in his three games in New York, but never seemed to fit what the coach wanted. Still, while the Giants reportedly tried to sign Roche to a reserve/futures deal after the 2022 season, he chose to return to where his NFL career began.
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