The Giants have completed all their scheduled interviews for head coach, and could have a second round of interviews, according to SNY's Ralph Vacchiano.
The frontrunner at this point is Patriots DC Matt Patricia, according to Vacchiano, who has Patriots OC Josh McDaniels and Panthers DC Steve Wilks also near the top of the Giants' list.
Along with Patricia, McDaniels (who is also drawing interest from the Colts), and Wilks, the Giants interviewed Vikings OC Pat Shurmur, interim head coach Steve Spagnuolo, and former Broncos assistant head coach/running backs coach Eric Studesville.
Shurmur has been mentioned as a favorite for the Cardinals' head coach position, according to NJ.com's Dan Duggan.
Wilks also traveled to Arizona to interview for the Cardinals vacancy on Wednesday, and is expected to interview with the Colts today, per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, who also noted that the Cardinals and Colts could have a second round of interviews.
Meanwhile, the Bears introduced Chiefs OC Matt Nagy as their new head coach earlier this week. Prior to Nagy's hire, the Bears had expressed interest in McDaniels, Shurmur, and Wilks.