Add another name to the list of possibilities to become offensive line coach for the New York Giants. Former Dallas Cowboys offensive line coach Marc Colombo will reportedly interview for that job this week.
Colombo played in the NFL from 2002-2011. He was on Jason Garrett’s coaching staff in Dallas from 2016 until being let go at the end of last season. Colombo took over as offensive line coach in the middle of the 2018 season.
Here is what RJ Ochoa of Blogging The Boys told me recently about Colombo.
Colombo did a great job for the Cowboys last season and a half or so.
Not sure if you know but he played for the Cowboys in the early 2000s ish (he was Romo’s o-lineman mostly). During the bye back in 2018 they traded for Amari and fired their offensive line coach Paul Alexander and promoted Colombo. The group had been really bad to that point and then he took over and things got great again. They all attributed it to him being much closer to them in age and more of their buddy than anything.
The Giants are also expected to interview the well-traveled Dave DeGuglielmo for the offensive line job this week.