The New York Giants have reportedly filled another spot on Pat Shurmur’s coaching staff, hiring Hal Hunter to coach the offensive line.
Since they were hired, both Shurmur and new general manager Dave Gettleman have emphasized the importance of rebuilding the offensive line, a weakness for the Giants in recent seasons.
The 58-year-old Hunter began coaching in 1982, and his first NFL job was as offensive line coach of the San Diego Chargers. He was with the Chargers from 2006-2012, and was the team’s offensive coordinator during his final season there. He was with the Indianapolis Colts from 2013-2015, and then was offensive line coach for the Cleveland Browns in 2016. Hunter was out of football last season.
The only remaining spots the coaching staff are offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
Offensive coordinator —
Running backs — Craig Johnson
Tight ends — Lunda Wells
Wide receivers — Tyke Tolbert
Offensive line — Hal Hunter
Defensive coordinator — James Bettcher
Defensive line — Gary Emanuel
Linebackers — Bill McGovern
Defensive backs — Lou Anurumo
Special teams coordinator — Thomas McGaughey
Assistant special teams — Anthony Blevins