World news – US – Giants fire OL coach Mark Colombo, and bring in Dave DiGuglielmo


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The first season of Mark Colombo as the man responsible for turning the Giants’ offensive streak has reached its early conclusion.

NFL’s Tom Bellisero reports that New York sacked Colombo on Wednesday and will replace him with veteran assistant Dave DiGuillelmo. . The team later confirmed the change. Judge worked with DeGuglielmo in New England in 2014 and 2015, and appointed him as a consultant last week, which makes him an easy alternative..

The original plan was for DeGuglielmo to work side-by-side with Colombo, except that the latter didn’t take the news well and voiced it too much, which resulted in his dismissal, according to NFL’s Ian Rapoport and NFL Network of Mike Jaravolo. .

“We appreciate what Mark did, but I felt it was in the best interest of the team,” the judge said, at the team site.

Colombo came to New York with offensive coordinator Jason Jarrett and with evidence of his work from improving Dallas in advance during the 2018 season.. But it didn’t have the same effect with the giants. Andrew Thomas has struggled with fourth choice overall, and the unit as a whole has been sub-par until the past two weeks – a key detail in possibly understanding why the judge is taking this step now..

Garafolo recently reported that the judge spent extra time dealing with the attacking streak, which the junior head coach had identified as a situation group that needed more attention, and that has led to a noticeable improvement. He may have identified a problem while taking a closer look at the way Colombo conducted individual exercises with his offensive men, and relied on his own judgment in making the personnel move..

Thomas now has his second coach up front in his first season in the NFL. Maybe DeGuglielmo will be able to follow where Judge’s increased involvement has left off, and that would end up being the right move.. Only time will tell of a franchise that has so much on its turn, and suddenly in the midst of the race for the worst division in the NFL..

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