Bengals defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo, whose name emerged Sunday morning as a head coaching candidate for the New York Giants, has completed his interview with the team Sunday. Anarumo, 55, who was previously the Giants defensive backs coach in 2018, is the third of the reported six candidates to receive an interview with Schoen and team co-owners John Mara and Steve Tisch. He joins Bills coordinators Leslie Frazier and Brian Daboll, who met with Schoen Friday and Saturday.
Could a return home to New York be in store for former Miami Dolphins coach Brian Flores? The New York Giants are expected to interview Flores, according to an ESPN Friday report. Flores, a Brooklyn native, has already been interviewed by the Chicago Bears for their head coaching vacancy and is a name that has been mentioned in connection to the Houston Texans’ opening, as well.
The New York Giants had a dismal season in 2021, finishing with just four wins. Their offense was the second worst in the league, averaging 15.2 points and 287 yards per game. The defense fell off also.