Joe Judge slated to interview with Giants Monday

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The Patriots’ season ended on Saturday night and that means it’s much easier for teams in need of head coaches to schedule interviews with their assistant coaches.

Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the Giants have scheduled an interview with Patriots special teams coordinator and wide receivers coach Joe Judge on Monday. Judge has been with the Patriots since 2012 and added the wide receiver duties to his portfolio this year.

The Giants are also expected to interview Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels this week. Word was that the interview would be on Friday, but the loss to the Titans could lead to a change in that timetable.

The Giants have already interviewed Cowboys defensive passing game coordinator Kris Richard, Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy, former Packers head coach Mike McCarthy and Ravens defensive coordinator Don “Wink” Martindale.

10 responses to “Joe Judge slated to interview with Giants Monday

  1. Practice interview for something important later on.

    A practice interview for Dave Gettleman that is.

  2. Joe has done it all for the patriots….Very well respected coach and a hard worker good luck Joe

  3. Have to wonder who is behind this ?
    Someone has pointed out to the NYG this is a guy to interview because his coaching resume is pretty thin.
    An assumption would be someone up in New England thinks JJ has shown enough in house and behind the public eye that he has some sort of orgazational skills that would translate well to a head coach situation.
    Could it be Bill Belechik ?
    It would seem he would be the only person who could provide insight into what JJ would even be given a chance at an interview.

  4. “Who’d want to work for an organization that condones AND promotes domestic violence?”

    What a jerk

  5. Hopefully these coach interviews will shed more light on what happened to Cincinnati. Why were the Patriots taping the sidelines after they’ve already been disciplined for cheating many times before? If I was a GM, this would be topic number one and I’d bring a witness to the interview room and even tape the thing for the NFL. If these coaches ever want to work again, fess up!

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