The Giants haven't been able to keep their staff from last season in East Rutherford as teams continue to lure them away. However, they will retain assistant offensive line coach, Lunda Wells, who will be promoted to tight ends coach next season, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Wells has spent six seasons with the Giants, serving five in his former role. He came onto the Giants' staff in 2012 as a offensive quality control coach.
Prior to his stint with the Giants, Wells worked at LSU for four seasons beginning in 2008. He was an offensive line assistant for two seasons before working as an assistant for former head coach Les Miles and special teams coach Thomas McGaughey, who is currently employed in the same position for the Giants.
Other than Wells, linebackers coach Bill McGovern is also a returner from Ben McAdoo's staff for next season. The Giants still need to fill coaches for quarterbacks, running backs, and offensive line.