You didn't think an entire day could get by without at least one rumor of a potential addition to the New York Giants coaching staff making the rounds, did you?Paul Pasqualoni, former Syracuse and UConn head coach and a veteran of several NFL stops, has reportedly interviewed for the team's vacant defensive line coach post.
The only remaining positions on the staff of new head coach Ben McAdoo, at least according to what has been reported, are the defensive line and strength and conditioning posts.
Paqualoni spent the 2015 season as defensive line coach of the Houston Texans. He reportedly resigned from the Texans to be closer to his family here on the East Coast.
Pasqualoni was the head coach at Syracuse from 1991-2004 and Connecticut from 2011-2013.
His NFL experience is as follows:
2005-2007 -- Dallas Cowboys (TE/LB)
2008-2009 -- Miami Dolphins (DC)
2010 -- Dallas Cowboys (DC/DL)
2014 -- Chicago Bears (DL)
2015 -- Texans (DL)
Here is what we think we know about the shape of the Giants' coaching staff at this point in time.
Offensive coordinator -- Mike Sullivan
Quarterbacks coach -- Frank Cignetti
Running backs coach -- Craig Johnson
Offensive line -- Mike Solari
Tight ends -- Kevin Gilbride Jr.
Wide receivers -- Adam Henry
Defensive coordinator -- Steve Spagnuolo
Defensive line -- Unknown
Linebackers -- Bill McGovern
Cornerbacks -- Tim Walton
Safeties/secondary -- Dave Merritt
Special teams -- Tom Quinn
Assistant special teams -- Dwayne Stukes
Strength and conditioning -- Unknown