New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin could resign as early as Monday, Fox Sports’ Mike Garofalo said on “The Herd” with Colin Cowherd on Friday.
“This is a different Tom Coughlin, and I think he’s ready to move away,” Garofalo said. “A lot of people are talking as if it’s an inevitability that on Monday he is going to resign. I am hearing that from a lot of people.”
Coughlin, 69, has been the Giants’ head coach since 2004 and has won two Super Bowls on top of three NFC East Division titles with five playoff trips to go with a 102-89 record. However, the Giants have not made the playoffs since last winning the Super Bowl and are currently 6-9, which gives them their third straight losing season under Coughlin.
The situation cannot be blamed entirely on Coughlin, as the Giants have seen draft picks not pan out as well as dealt with major injury problems, namely to star pass-rusher Jason Pierre-Paul, but all signs do point to a change being needed.
Granted, nothing is official on this front yet, but stay tuned to Campus Sports for further updates!
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