The Giants will interview former NFL executive and current ESPN analyst Louis Riddick for their vacant GM position on Thursday, SNY's Ralph Vacchiano reports.
Riddick, 48, is a former NFL safety who held front office and scouting positions with the Eagles and Redskins. He has not been affiliated with a team since 2013, which was the same year he joined ESPN.
Former Panthers GM and longtime Giants employee Dave Gettleman interviewed on Wednesday. New York has also spoken to the club's vice president of player evaluation Marc Ross and will likely interview interim GM Kevin Abrams.
GM Jerry Reese and head coach Ben McAdoo were fired on Dec. 4 with the Giants in the midst of their fourth losing season in five years. It was widely believed the handling of Eli Manning's benching prior to the team's Dec. 3 game against the Oakland Raiders hastened their departures.
The Giants are 2-12 with two games remaining this season. New York has not won three or fewer games in a season since going 3-12-1 during Bill Parcells' first year as head coach in 1983.