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Giants to interview Raiders’ offensive line coach Carmen Bricillo, per report

The Giants are not wasting any time looking for a new OL coach

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The New York Giants have asked for, and received, permission to interview Las Vegas Raiders offensive line coach Carmen Bricillo, per a report from Mike Garafolo.

Bricillo, 47, is a former New England Patriots assistant who followed Josh McDaniels to Las Vegas in 2022. He was originally hired as an offensive assistant by the Patriots in 2019 and was promoted to co-offensive line coach following the retirement of legendary offensive line coach Dante Scarneccia in 2020. Bricillo became the Patriots’ sole offensive line coach in 2021.

While Bricillo doesn’t have a long track record in the NFL, the Raiders had one of the league’s better offensive lines in 2023. Las Vegas’ offensive line ranked third in true pass sets according to Pro Football Focus. Taking a broader view, they ranked ninth in composite pass protection score, and were 14th in composite run blocking score.

(composite scores average PFF grades, ESPN’s win rate rankings, and Sports Info Solutions’ rankings).

Las Vegas has its own GM and coaching search to conduct, and Bricillo was granted permission to interview elsewhere while their staff is uncertain.