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Mike Singletary, Minnesota Vikings (August 16, 2013)

Mike Singletary – © USA TODAY Sports Images

REPORT – GIANTS PASS ON MIKE SINGLETARY…
The New York Post is reporting that the New York Giants did not offer Mike Singletary a contract after he interviewed with the team on Thursday for the vacant linebacker coach position. The Post says the Giants will continue to interview other candidates.

Jim Herrmann had been the New York Giants’ linebacker coach since 2009. The team allowed Herrmann to interview with other clubs after the season, and he accepted the linebacker coach position with the Indianapolis Colts last week.

The 57-year old Singletary was a Hall of Fame linebacker for the Chicago Bears (1981-1992), twice NFL Defensive Player of the Year, eight-time first-team All-Pro, and a 10-time Pro Bowler. Singletary was head coach of the San Francisco 49ers in 2009-2010. He served as assistant head coach and linebackers coach of the Minnesota Vikings in 2011-2013. Singletary has not coached for the last two seasons.

49ERS HIRE PAT FLAHERTY…
The San Francisco 49ers have hired Pat Flaherty as their new offensive line coach. Flaherty had served as the offensive line coach of the New York Giants since 2004. According to multiple media reports, the Giants were not interested in retaining him in 2016. Though not officially confirmed, the Giants have hired Mike Solari as the team’s new offensive line coach.

BROWNS HIRE ROBERT NUNN…
The Cleveland Browns have hired Robert Nunn as their new defensive line coach. Nunn had served as the defensive line coach of the New York Giants since 2010. According to multiple media reports, the Giants were not interested in retaining him in 2016. The team’s defensive line coaching position currently remains vacant.

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