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New York Giants' news, 1/6: Coaching questions still atop headlines

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New York Giants' headlines for Monday, 1/6/14.

Tom Quinn argues with an official
Tom Quinn argues with an official
Brad Penner-US PRESSWIRE

For the New York Giants, the story continues to be what the coaching staff will look like next season. We should get some answers, at least to which current members of the staff won't be sticking around, in the next day or two.

Offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride has retired. Everyone has an opinion when it comes to who Gilbride's replacement should be. Perhaps the Giants will make a decision on that in the next few days.

Defensive coordinator Perry Fewell interviews today for the Washington Redskins vacant head-coaching gig. Whether or not working for Redskins' owner Dan Snyder is a smart move for anyone is debatable, but indications seem to be that Fewell is more than a simple 'Rooney Rule' candidate.

Word leaked out late last week that quarterbacks coach Sean Ryan and special teams coordinator Tom Quinn could be the next Giants' assistant coaches to be let go. Reports have indicated that word on their fate may come as early as today.

Around the Inter-Google

Everyone has ideas about how to fix the Giants. I offered mine on Sunday. Ebenezer Samuel of the Daily News offers some of his own.

Did you watch the Kansas City Chiefs blow that 28-point lead to the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday? If you've been a Giants' fan long enough I'm sure it reminded you of a pre-Tom Coughlin era playoff meltdown by the Giants.

Kevin Ewoldt of Hogs Haven was at MetLife Stadium for the Week 17 Giants-Redskins game. He describes his experience.