Minnesota Vikings deny Giants of Kevin Stefanski interview

Minnesota Vikings deny Giants of Kevin Stefanski interview

Minnesota Vikings deny Giants of Kevin Stefanski interview

This is quite a curious move given that Stefanski was recently passed over the Vikings offensive coordinator position with the team electing to go with Philadelphia Eagles quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo instead. One possibility is Eagles running backs coach Duce Staley, although the Giants may encounter similar problems when requesting permission to speak with him.

With Stefanski losing out for the position, he is in line to rejoin Shurmur and become the Giants' offensive coordinator. The Vikings clearly weren't ready to lose Stefanski - the son of Ed Stefanski, executive VP of player personnel for the NBA's Memphis Grizzlies.

People sign these contracts to get some assurances from their employer that they will have a job for a certain number of years, and when it runs out, they try to work out a new one.

The Vikings officially hired DeFilippo on Friday, and they still chose to keep the 35-year-old Stefanski, who has been with them since 2006.

Perhaps the Star Tribune's Ben Goessling has it right that DeFilippo, who has already been on other teams' radar as a future head coach (both Chicago and Arizona reportedly interviewed him), may not be around after next season, and there would be an opening at OC for Stefanski. If the Giants are able to hire Staley, a former running back, they likely would have to hire a separate quarterbacks coach. This would be a promotion for Stefanski, and one that is well deserved. And Bevell was Childress' offensive coordinator during Childress' four-plus seasons as head coach in Minnesota (2006-10).

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"We really sat down and spent some time with Nick and what he felt comfortable doing, and to me, that's coaching", DeFilippo said.

One game isn't almost enough to dash the hopes that Shurmur could breathe life into a Giant team that shockingly underachieved.

Wentz was an NFL MVP award contender with 33 touchdown passes in 13 games in his second season in the league in 2017, until tearing the ACL in his left knee.

As the Giants' head coach, Shurmur will be the offensive and quarterback authority. Former Seattle Seahawks and Vikings offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell was also considered along with Houston Texans quarterbacks coach Sean Ryan and New Orleans Saints tight ends coach Dan Campbell, according to various reports.

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