The main news coming from the Giants facility Wednesday is that former Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett is in the building to interview for the offensive coordinator job, but that wasn't the only information coming out of East Rutherford.
The Giants let go of outside linebackers coach Mike Dawson, defensive backs coach Evertt Withers and offensive assistant Ryan Roeder, according to The Athletic's Dan Duggan. These coaches join the likes of tight ends coach Lunda Wells, inside linebackers coach Bill McGovern, and others as those who have left as new head coach Joe Judge builds his own staff.
The remaining coaches from Pat Shurmur's staff include running backs coach Craig Johnson, offensive line coach Hal Hunter, assistant offensive line coach Ben Wilkerson, defensive assistant Bobby Blick and special teams assistants Tom Quinn and Anthony Blevins.
The Giants offensive coordinator for the past two seasons, Mike Shula recently interviewed to keep that job title under Judge next season. However, with Garrett in the building, it appears that would be a longshot.
SNY's Ralph Vacchiano is hearing from sources that the offensive line coaches are not expected to be retained next season. Judge is speaking with other line coaches outside the organization, so it looks like they might be added to that group.
Ones that could be retained are Quinn and Blevins, as special teams coordinator Thomas McGaughey was retained by Judge to hold that same role next season. The Giants loved what McGaughey was doing with that unit as well as wide receivers coach Tyke Tolbert.