Giants still searching for right offensive line coach
The New York Giants are still in the hunt to find their next offensive line coach after firing Marc Colombo during the season and with Dave DeGuglielmo unwilling to lower his asking price to come back for next season.
Jordan Raanan of ESPN reported on Wednesday that the Giants will interview assistant offensive line coach Ben Wilkerson for their vacant offensive line coach job. It sounds like they’re already high on him so he has a chance to get the job.
It was reported earlier in the week that the Giants are also interviewing Houston Texans offensive line coach Mike Devlin as well.
Dan Duggan of The Athletic mentioned as well that the Giants are expected to hire a new offensive line coach within the next week or so. Whoever the Giants hire next will have their work cut out for them because it looks like they will have a very young starting offensive line next season. I would be surprised if veterans like Will Hernandez, Kevin Zeitler and Nate Solder are back.