Giants coach Pat Shurmur is planning to finalize his coaching staff this week, he said at the NFL Honors Awards Show on Saturday night.
"We've got a few (assistants) in the building, and we'll finish up the hiring process (this) week," Shurmur said, according to Newsday. "Then we'll all get to work."
Among the possible candidates for the Giants' offensive coordinator vacancy include former Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, reports Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. However, Bevell has emerged as a top candidate for the Colts' offensive coordinator job and the Vikings are also interested.
Shurmur on Saturday night called Vikings QB coach Kevin Stefanski a "tremendous coach." Stefanski interviewed for the Vikings' offensive coordinator vacancy, but the team has yet to make a decision regarding the position.
Shurmur recently said some potential coaches "are currently not quite available," which has led to speculation that he could be eyeing his former colleague and current Eagles running backs coach Duce Staley.
Bevell was the offensive coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings from 2006 until 2010 before serving in the same role for the Seahawks from 2011 until 2018. Staley and Shurmur coached together on the Eagles coaching staff, while Stefanski served as QB coach in Minnesota while Shurmur was offensive coordinator.