Jan 032020
Mike McCarthy, Green Bay Packers (August 24, 2018)

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The New York Giants officially confirmed that they interviewed former Green Bay Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy for the team’s head-coaching vacancy on Friday. The Giants said McCarthy met with team President and Chief Executive Officer John Mara, General Manager Dave Gettleman, Vice President of Football Operations and Assistant General Manager Kevin Abrams, and “other staff.”

McCarthy has also interviewed with the Carolina Panthers and Cleveland Browns for their head-coaching vacancies.

The 56-year old McCarthy was fired by the Packers in December 2018 after serving 13 seasons as head coach of the franchise. With the Packers, McCarthy was responsible for a 125–77–2 (.618) regular-season record and a 10–8 (.556) post-season record, winning one NFL Championship in 2010.

The Giants interviewed Dallas Cowboys Defensive Backs Coach/Defensive Passing Game Coordinator Kris Richard on Thursday. According to media reports, the Giants will interview Kansas City Chiefs Offensive Coordinator Eric Bieniemy and Baltimore Ravens Defensive Coordinator Don “Wink” Martindale on Saturday.

Per previous media reports, the Giants have also requested to meet with New England Patriots Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach Josh McDaniels and New England Patriots Special Teams Coordinator/Wide Receivers Coach Joe Judge.

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