Giants fire offensive line coach Marc Colombo after 10 games

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher 

New York Giants head coach Joe Judge is doing everything to change the culture within the team. He has made his first firing of a member of his coaching staff. 

Judge has fired offensive line coach Marc Colombo. He has been replaced with Dave DeGuglielmo. 

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The move was made during the Giants bye week.

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DeGuglielmo was out of coaching for the 2020 season before this hiring by Judge. The two men are already familiar with each other, as they were previously together on the New England Patriots coaching staff.

Colombo came to the Giants after previously being on the Dallas Cowboys coaching staff. While on the Cowboys staff, he worked with Jason Garrett.

Now, Garrett is the Giants offensive coordinator. Colombo worked on Garrett’s teams since 2015. 

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Colombo was one of two Giants assistant coaches, who were previously on Garrett’s staff in Dallas. The other is offensive assistant Stephen Brown, who spent four seasons on Garrett’s staff before going to Northern New Jersey. 

Before being hired by the Giants, DeGuglielmo spent the 2019 season with the Miami Dolphins. He has been an NFL assistant coach since the 2004 season. 

This is DeGuglielmo’s second tenure with the Giants. He was an assistant offensive line and quality control coach from 2004 through 2008 with the team.

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In between in Giants tenure, he had three tenures with the Dolphins, one stint with the Indianapolis Colts, one stint with the San Diego Chargers, and an additional stint with the Patriots. 

He was a college coach before going to the NFL. DeGuglielmo coached with the Boston College Eagles, Boston University Terriers, Connecticut Huskies, and the South Carolina Gamecocks. 

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