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Exodus of Giants’ assistant coaches continues

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Gilbride Jr. to Bears, Patrick Graham to Packers

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Assistant coaches from Ben McAdoo’s staff with the New York Giants are continuing to find employment with other organizations. Keven Gilbride Jr. and Patrick are the latest former Giants’ assistants to move on.

Graham, the Giants’ defensive line coach the past two seasons, accepted the same post with the Green Bay Packers. Gilbride Jr. has been on the Giants’ staff since 2010 and had served as tight ends coach since 2014. He accepted the same post with the Chicago Bears.

Mike Sullivan (Denver Broncos QB coach), Frank Cignetti (Packers QB coach) and Adam Henry (Cleveland Browns WR coach) have also moved on.

The Giants, of course, are still pondering a decision regarding their head-coaching vacancy. Josh McDaniels, Matt Patricia and Pat Shurmur have been said to be the finalists, though there is at least one report that Steve Wilks may still be in consideration. There could also be a “sleeper” candidate.