The Giants will interview Dave DeGuglielmo for their vacant offensive line coach position on Tuesday, reports SNY's Ralph Vacchiano.
SNY reported last week that Big Blue had interest in DeGuglielmo.
DeGuglielmo began his NFL coaching career with the Giants in 2004 as their assistant offensive line coach and in an offensive quality control position. One of his two Super Bowl wins came during his tenure with the Giants in Super Bowl XLII when they upset the undefeated Patriots, 17-14.
From the start of his career until 2019 with the Dolphins, DeGuglielmo has exclusively coached offensive lines in the NFL. Along with the Dolphins (2009-2011, 2017, 2019), the 51-year-old has spent time on coaching staffs with the Jets (2012), Patriots (2014-15), Chargers (2016) and Colts (2018).
During DeGuglielmo's tenure with the Patriots, he won a second Super Bowl and was on a staff with now-Giants head coach Joe Judge.
Over the past three seasons, DeGuglielmo was in charge of the Dolphins, Colts and Dolphins offensive lines, respectively.
In those seasons, Pro Football Focus' end of season offensive line ranking saw those units finished in the 29th-, third- and 32nd-ranked spots via the analytics outlet's grading system.