Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports that former Seahawks OC Darrell Bevell remains in play for the same position with the Giants.
Earlier in the day, Jordan Raanan of ESPN took a look at some names to watch in the coming days regarding the Giants’ offensive coordinator vacancy.
According to Raanan, possible candidates for the Giants’ job include Bevell, former Cardinals OC Harold Goodwin, Eagles RBs coach Duce Staley, former Panthers QBs coach Ken Dorsey, former Panthers OC Mike Shula, Oklahoma State OC Mike Yurcich and Michigan passing-game coordinator Pep Hamilton.
Bevell, 48, began his NFL coaching career with the Packers as an assistant quarterbacks coach in 2000. He eventually worked his way up to QBs coach before being hired by the Vikings as their offensive coordinator in 2006.
After five years in Minnesota, Bevell signed on with the Seahawks for the 2011 season and spent the past seven years in Seattle before he was recently fired.
In 2017, the Seahawks’ offense was No. 15 in total yards, No. 11 in points scored, No. 23 in yards rushing and No. 14 in passing offense.
We’ll have more regarding Giants’ offensive coordinator job as the news is available.