Giants OL coach Rob Sale hired as Florida’s offensive coordinator

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The Giants haven’t made any announcement regarding head coach Joe Judge’s future with the team, but one of his assistants has decided to take another job.

The University of Florida announced that Rob Sale has been hired as their new offensive coordinator and offensive line coach. Sale was the offensive line coach for the Giants in 2021.

Sale had been the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Louisiana under Billy Napier from 2018 to 2020. Napier was recently hired as the new head coach at Florida. He’s also coached at Arizona State, the University of Louisiana-Monroe, Georgia, McNeese State, and Alabama.

If Judge remains, the Giants will also be looking for a new offensive coordinator after firing Jason Garrett during the season. Senior offensive assistant Freddie Kitchens took over the play-calling responsibilities after Garrett’s departure.

6 responses to “Giants OL coach Rob Sale hired as Florida’s offensive coordinator

  1. There’s guys that have left NYG that are calling every week asking to get back there. ok. Well, Jason Garrett anyway. ok

  2. What’s hilarious he from one of the worst position coaches in the league in terms of player performance to a promotion into a coordinator position. You can’t make this up.

  3. Rats jumping a sinking ship….again. The best run franchise in the northeast region of the country, and arguably in all of sports, is Thee New England Patriots, home of “The 1 Year Rebuild.”

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