Apr 082021
New York Giants Helmets (September 22, 2019)

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The New York Giants have officially announced that they have hired Russ Callaway as an offensive quality control coach, and Ryan Anderson and Carter Blount as defensive quality control coaches. Earlier this offseason, the Giants also promoted Nick Williams from offensive assistant to offensive quality control coach.

Bobby Blick, who served as the team’s sole offensive quality control coach last season no longer appears on the team’s website. It is not known if he still on the staff. Same with Offensive Assistant Stephen Brown. Earlier in the offseason, the Giants shifted Jody Wright from defensive to offensive assistant.

Mike Treier, who served as the team’s sole defensive quality control coach last season, was promoted to assistant defensive backs coach earlier this offseason.

Offensive Quality Control Coach Russ Callaway

  • 2021-Present: Offensive Quality Control Coach, New York Giants
  • 2020: Senior Offensive Analyst, LSU
  • 2017-2019: Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach, Samford University
  • 2016: Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers Coach, Samford University
  • 2015: Wide Receivers Coach, Samford University
  • 2013-2014: Wide Receivers Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, Murray State University
  • 2011-2012: Defensive Analyst, University of Alabama
  • Pro Experience: None
  • Collegiate Experience: Quarterback, Valdosta State University (2007-2010)

Defensive Quality Control Coach Carter Blount

  • 2021-Present: Defensive Quality Control Coach, New York Giants
  • 2018-2020: Special Teams Quality Control Analyst, University of Tennessee
  • 2017: Special Teams Quality Control Analyst, University of Alabama
  • 2016: Graduate Assistant, LSU
  • 2014-2015: Special Teams Quality Control Coach, University of Georgia
  • 2014: Cornerbacks Coach, Birmingham-Southern College
  • 2013: Defensive Graduate Assistant-Defense, University of South Alabama
  • 2011-2012: Special Teams Graduate Assistant, University of South Alabama
  • 2010: Associate Head Strength and Conditioning Coach/Linebackers Coach, Tuscaloosa County High School (AL)
  • 2009: Special Teams Intern, University of Alabama
  • 2008: Strength and Conditioning Intern, University of Alabama
  • Pro Experience: None
  • Collegiate Experience: None

Defensive Quality Control Coach Ryan Anderson

  • 2021-Present: Defensive Quality Control Coach, New York Giants
  • 2019-2020: Safeties Coach, Elon University
  • 2018: Co-Defensive Coordinator/Safeties Coach, Hampton University
  • 2016-2017: Inside Linebackers Coach, East Carolina University
  • 2013-2015: Defensive Graduate Assistant, Vanderbilt University
  • 2012: Defensive Line Coach, Reinhardt University
  • 2011: Linebackers Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, Cumberland University
  • 2009: Tight Ends Coach/Linebackers Coach, E.C. Glass High School (VA)
  • Pro Experience: None
  • Collegiate Experience: Linebacker, Presbyterian College (2006-2008)

A complete listing of the team’s coaching staff is available in the Coaching Staff section of the website.


Apr 062021
Daniel Jones, New York Giants (August 6, 2020)

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According to multiple media outlets, New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones has organized unofficial practices or throwing sessions for a number of his teammates in Arizona this week. The workouts reportedly will run from Monday through to Friday. Others supposedly who will attend include wide receiver Kenny Golladay, wide receiver Darius Slayton, wide receiver Sterling Shepard, wide receiver Austin Mack, center Nick Gates, guard Will Hernandez, guard Chad Slade among others. Running back Saquon Barkley will attend, but not participate as he is still rehabbing his torn ACL.

Although not officially announced yet, the New York Giants have hired Russ Callaway, who was an offensive analyst with LSU in 2020, to serve as an offensive assistant or offensive quality control coach. Callaway also served as offensive coordinator at Samford University for four seasons (2016-2019), while also coaching quarterbacks and wide receivers at that school for a total of five seasons. Before that, Callaway coached wide receivers at Murray State (2013-2014) and was a defensive analyst at the University of Alabama (2011-2012).

LSU Head Coach Ed Orgeron was effusive in his praise for Callaway. “I do believe the guy’s going to be a coordinator and a head coach, and it won’t be long because he’s one of those type minds. He’s a great worker. Has a bright future ahead for him.”