The New York Giants interviewed former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores earlier today.
As per the New York Giants Press Release.
Brian Flores, a four-time Super Bowl winner as an assistant in New England and the Miami Dolphins’ head coach the previous three seasons, today interviewed for the Giants’ head coach position.
Flores, a 40-year-old Brooklyn native, met at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center with team president John Mara, chairman Steve Tisch, senior vice president of player personnel Chris Mara and Joe Schoen, who was formally introduced yesterday as the Giants’ new general manager. He also met with other members of the front office and toured the team’s facility.
The New York Giants also added.
He is the sixth candidate to interview with the Giants’ front office, joining Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll and defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier, Lou Anarumo of Cincinnati, Dan Quinn of the Cowboys and the Giants’ Patrick Graham. Daboll initially interviewed via teleconference and had a second in-person discussion at team headquarters Tuesday. The meetings with Frazier and Anarumo were done remotely. Frazier is scheduled for a face-to-face follow-up tomorrow. Quinn and Graham were interviewed in the Giants’ facility.
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