Giants hire Stephen Thomas, announce other coaching changes

The New York Giants have hired Stephen Thomas to serve as an assistant special teams coach.

Thomas will work under assistant special teams coordinator Anthony Blevins and special teams coordinator Thomas McGaughey.

Thomas had spent the previous four seasons with the Detroit Lions as their defensive quality control coach. Prior to that, he served as inside linebackers coach and special teams coordinator at Princeton University for six seasons.

In the middle of his span with Princeton, Thomas spent one season (2015) as an assistant with the Philadelphia Eagles. He had also previously interned with the Buffalo Bills.

In addition to Thomas, the Giants also officially announced the hires of running backs coach Jeff Nixon, assistant offensive line coach Chris Smith, and offensive assistant Christian Daboll.

Meanwhile, the team revealed a few title changes and promotions.

Michael Treier, who was the assistant defensive backs coach last season, is now the safeties coach. Christian Jones is the new assistant quarterbacks coach after serving as an offensive assistant in 2022. And, finally, Angela Baker has been promoted from offensive quality control coach to offensive assistant.


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Story originally appeared on Giants Wire