The Giants are hiring Penn State's Sean Spencer to be their new defensive line coach, reports Jon Sauber of the Centre Daily Times.
According to Jordan Raanan of ESPN, Spencer interviewed with the Giants earlier this week.
Spencer, whose nickname is "Coach Chaos," played in college for the NCAA Division II Clarion Golden Eagles before beginning his coaching career in 1995.
During his coaching career, the 49-year-old Spencer has made 11 different stops. He had been with Penn State since 2014.
With the expected hiring of Spencer, the Giants' coaching staff under new head coach Joe Judge is now full.
Here is the full staff:
Jason Garrett, offensive coordinator
Jerry Schuplinski, quarterbacks coach
Burton Burns, running backs coach
Tyke Tolbert, receivers coach
Freddie Kitchens, tight ends coach
Marc Colombo, offensive line coach
Ben Wilkerson, assistant offensive line coach
Derek Dooley, TBD/offense
Patrick Graham, defensive coordinator/assistant head coach
Jerome Henderson, defensive backs coach
Bret Bielema, outside linebackers/senior assistant
Kevin Sherrer, inside linebackers
Jody Wright, defensive assistant
Sean Spencer, Defensive line coach
Thomas McGaughey, special teams coordinator
Tom Quinn, assistant special teams coordinator
Anthony Blevins, TBD (believed to be special teams assistant)
STRENGH AND CONDITIONING
Aaron Wellman, strength and conditioning coordinator