With Bill Callahan off the market, another name has surfaced as the Giants seek to fill their offensive line coach vacancy.
The Giants plan on interviewing former Cowboys offensive line coach Marc Colombo for the spot sometime this week, according to ESPN's Jordan Raanan.
Colombo served underneath new Giants offensive coordinator Jason Garrett in Dallas since 2016, first as an assistant offensive line coach, before taking over the reins of that position group in 2018. When the Cowboys hired Mike McCarthy, it was announced that Colombo would not return to the Cowboys.
Colombo, 41, was a first-round pick of the Bears in 2002 and played nine seasons in the NFL, mostly at right tackle. He retired as a player in 2011 after starting all 16 games at right tackle for the Dolphins.
SNY's Ralph Vacchiano reports that Dave DeGugliemo, who will interview with the Giants on Tuesday, remains the offensive line coach candidate to watch.