Turns out former Giants defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo isn't alone.
Steve Spagnuolo has more faith in Ben McAdoo than the Giants did. Or the rest of the NFL does. At least for now. The former Giants defensive coordinator said he believes McAdoo will get another chance as a head coach. “It was a really tough year,” Spagnuolo told Jim Miller and Pat Kirwan on SiriusXM [more]
Spagnuolo believes Ben McAdoo did an "outstanding job" and will be a head coach in the NFL again.
Another Patriots opponent who lost a Super Bowl is claiming the Pats may have known their signals
With the Patriots in the Super Bowl, all the grievances against them are being aired by old foes. And former Eagles assistant Steve Spagnuolo has claimed that he believes the Patriots were cheating during Super Bowl XXXIX. Spagnuolo was the linebackers coach for the Eagles at the time, and said the Patriots knew their signals. [more]
The Giants have found a replacement for Steve Spagnuolo, and it isn’t Jack Del Rio.
The NFL is largely a league of connections. Coaches get jobs and bring people they know and trust along with them when they assemble staffs.
The New York Giants have started the interview process for their head coaching job by starting with the man who ran the team for the final month of a disastrous season
The Giants announced they completed their first interview for the head coaching position. Interim coach Steve Spagnuolo spent the day meeting with team president John Mara, general manager Dave Gettleman and assistant general manager Kevin Abrams. Giants chairman Steve Tisch will meet with the candidates later in the process. Spagnuolo, 58, just finished his third [more]
Spagnuolo has been defensive coordinator for Big Blue in two different stints and served as interim head coach following Ben McAdoo's Dec. 4 firing
The Giants begin their head coaching interview process Wednesday with interim head coach Steve Spagnuolo, Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports. Eric Studesville, fired by the Broncos from his job as assistant head coach/running backs coach on Monday, interviews Friday. The Giants have requested interviews with Josh McDaniels, Matt Patricia and Steve Wilks. Spagnuolo, 58, [more]
Although rookie Davis Webb has been promoted from inactive No. 3 quarterback to active No. 2 quarterback this week, that’s as far as the Giants are planning to take it. Giants interim head coach Steve Spagnuolo said today that he’s not planning on Webb playing on Sunday. Instead, Spagnuolo says he intends to give Eli [more]
Collins said he met with both Apple and interim coach Steve Spagnuolo after calling his teammate out in a radio interview.
Eli Manning will run his consecutive start streak to four when the Giants play their season finale next Sunday. Coach Steve Spagnuolo announced that Manning will start in Week 17 shortly after the team was shut out 23-0 by the Cardinals. Manning had a rough day against the Cardinals, going 27-of-45 for 263 yards and [more]
Giants have lost three straight under interim coach Steve Spagnuolo.
Steve Spagnuolo said that he gave Davis Webb the majority of snaps in a period that featured the first-team offense and first-team defense.
Steve Spagnuolo said Wednesday that Eli Apple will have to deal with some “repercussions” related to his in-game tweeting on Sunday.
If Steve Spagnuolo is auditioning to become the next head coach of the Giants, his first act was hardly enthralling.
Geno Smith isn’t happy with Steve Spagnuolo’s decision to start Eli Manning this week, and the Giants quarterback made it clear he doesn’t agree with his benching. But Smith also isn’t about to create waves. “I wasn’t [happy],” Smith said, via Ralph Vacchiano of SNY. “Any competitor wouldn’t be. To be put in that situation [more]
Steve Spagnuolo began his four-game stint as Giants interim head coach by thanking Ben McAdoo.