The reigning AFC East champions will have to find a new offensive coordinator. As was announced on Friday, Brian Daboll will leave the Buffalo Bills to take over as the New York Giants’ new head coach. A five-time Super Bowl champion over two stints with the New England Patriots, Daboll spent the last four seasons in Buffalo.
The New York Giants hired Brian Daboll as their head coach on Friday, replacing the fired Joe Judge. The arrival of the former Bills offensive coordinator comes one week after the Giants selected former Buffalo assistant general manager Joe Schoen to be their new GM, replacing the retired Dave Gettleman. "It is an honor and a privilege to be named head coach of the New York Giants," Daboll said in a news release.
The more we can understand that life is a cycle the better we can navigate it. When it comes to experiencing different curve balls that life can throw a person’s way, Smith has had his fair share. During his last season with Norte Dame, the standout linebacker suffered a career-threatening knee injury at the 2016 Fiesta Bowl game against Ohio State.