Green Bay Packers quarterbacks coach, Ben McAdoo interviewed with the New York
Giants about their vacant offensive coordinator position on Monday and took the job on Tuesday, replacing Kevin Gilbride, who retired Jan. 2.
McAdoo had interviewed with the Cleveland Browns for their head coaching vacancy last week.
McAdoo will be charged with turning around a Giants offense that finished 28th in yards and points. The team’s quarterback, Peyton Manning ranked 35th in passer rating at 69.4.
Giants head coach Tom Coughlin has one year left on his contract and if the Giants replace him after the 2014 season, there’s a decent chance McAdoo could step into the head coaching position.