Rob Sale leaves Giants, joins Florida Gators

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  • New York Giants
    New York Giants
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  • Rob Sale
    American football coach
  • Joe Judge
    American football coach (born 1981)
  • Billy Napier
    American-football player (1979-)

The New York Giants will once again be looking for a new offensive line coach under Joe Judge — assuming Judge himself stays.

Rob Sale, who had taken the Giants’ offensive line coaching job for the 2021 season, is departing to become the offensive coordinator for the University of Florida.

The move was widely expected, especially given Sale’s ties to Florid head coach Rob Napier, who were both assistant coaches on Alabama together.

Since Judge has become the head coach for the Giants in 2020, he’s had three offensive line coaches: Marc Colombo, who was fired in the middle of the 2020 season after an in-house blow-up, and Dave DeGuglielmo, who finished the rest of the season before he was hired away by Louisiana Tech.

And now Sale, who departs for the college game like DeGuglielmo.

The next offensive line coach has the task of trying to help fix a unit that has been near the bottom of the NFL for several years.

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