A familiar face from recent Giants history is joining another with the Denver Broncos, according to a weekend report.
Per 9News in Denver, former Giants offensive coordinator Mike Shula is working out a deal to become the Broncos' quarterbacks coach.
The Broncos already added the Giants' last head coach Pat Shurmur to their coaching staff this offseason. Shurmur is now the Broncos' offensive coordinator.
Shula interviewed with new Giants head coach Joe Judge for the new offensive coordinator role, but Judge eventually went with former Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett.
During their time together with the Giants, Shula's relationship with Shurmur was questioned at times. But if he is re-joining Shurmur with the Broncos, it appears things are fine between the two.
The Broncos are essentially putting quarterback Drew Lock's career in the hands of Shurmur and Shula. However, Giants rookie Daniel Jones certainly surprised many in 2019 when he replaced Eli Manning under the two coaches.