According to Jason La Canfora, the Giants could make more changes to their coaching staff in 2021, including moving on from OC Jason Garrett.
La Canfora says there’s been friction and turmoil on other parts of HC Joe Judge‘s coaching staff. He fired OL coach Marc Colombo this week after a heated disagreement.
With a number of openings expected around the league, La Canfora adds there should be plenty of assistants on the market and Judge will have more options for staffing than he did last year.
The Giants offense under Garrett ranks 30th in the NFL in yards and points so far in 2020, including 28th in passing and 16th in rushing.
Garrett, 54, began his NFL coaching career with the Dolphins back in 2005 as their quarterbacks coach. After two years in Miami, the Cowboys hired him as their offensive coordinator and he eventually worked his way up to head coach.
The Cowboys allowed Garrett’s contract to expire at the end of last season as opposed to firing him and he joined the Giants as their offensive coordinator.
Over the course of his 10 years in charge of the Cowboys, Garrett led the team to a record of 85-67 (55.3 percent), which includes three playoff appearances.