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New York Giants announce staff changes

Team hires its first female scout

NFL: New York Giants at Tampa Bay Buccaneers Douglas DeFelice-USA TODAY Sports

The New York Giants have announced several staff changes, including the hiring of Hannah Burnett as the first female scout in franchise history.

The changes, some of which have been previously reported, are as follows:

Dr. Lani Lawrence fills a newly-created position, director of wellness and clinical services, as well as overseeing the team’s player engagement/development program; Ed Triggs, formerly the football operations coordinator, is now the director of football operations; Ty Siam is director of football data & innovation; Courtney Kennedy is the football data analyst; Marquis Pendleton is now an area scout after spending the previous four years as the team’s scout in the BLESTO scouting combine; Blaise Bell is the new BLESTO scout; Hannah Burnett is the new Midlands scout; Craig Fitzgerald is the director of strength and performance; Sam Coad is performance manager/assistant strength coach; and Nick Williams will serve as an offensive assistant on the coaching staff.

“This has been a difficult several months for everybody, not just for those of us in sport,” said GM Dave Gettleman in a statement released by the team. “As unusual as these times have been, we need to continue to be progressive so the New York Giants can ultimately be what we and our fans envision. We are very excited about what we have been able to accomplish. With these changes and additions, we continue to position ourselves for the future.”