The New York Giants are reportedly zeroing in on Dave DeGuglielmo for their critical offensive line coaching position. Per ESPN’s Dan Graziano, DeGuglielmo will interview wih new Giants head coach Joe Judge on Tuesday.
DeGuglielmo was assistant offensive line and quality control coach with the Giants under Tom Coughlin from 2004-2008. He and Judge have a connection from the New England Patriots, where DeGuglielmo was offensive line coach in 2014 and 2015.
The troubling part of DeGuglielmo’s resume is that he has had four stops in the past four years. He was assistant offensive line coach with the San Diego Chargers in 2016, offensive line coach for the Miami Dolphins in 2017, offensive line coach for the Indianapolis Colts in 2018 and was back coaching the Dolphins offensive line last season.
The 51-year-old DeGuglielmo has now done three stints with Miami.
The Giants have filled all of their coordinator roles, but still have a need for several position coaches.