Giants general manager Dave Gettleman is bringing in former Panthers personnel executive Mark Koncz into the fold as a consultant to assist in the scouting process, the NY Post reports.
Koncz was with the Panthers from 1994 until this past summer, when he was fired from his position as director of player personnel. He became the team's pro scouting director in 2000. Gettleman promoted Koncz to director of player personnel last May, but he was fired soon after Gettleman was relieved of his duties last summer.
The Giants finished 2017 with a 3-13 record, establishing a club-record for losses in a single season. New York will pick second in the upcoming NFL Draft where they are expected to select a QB.