The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Friday night because the team did not immediately announce the move. Garrett gives Judge, a first-time National Football League head coach, an experienced assistant.
Garrett took over as the Dallas Cowboys' interim coach after Wade Phillips' firing in 2010 and was given the full-time position the following season.
"It's going to be critical that he builds the right staff because he's a first-year head coach", co-owner John Mara said last week. In 32 games against her, he recorded 165 catches, with 1,641 yards and 16 touchdowns.
"There have been people I've worked with throughout my career in both Alabama and the New England Patriots who worked with Jason during their time in Miami", said Judge.
While Witten has yet to decide whether or not he'll retire or enter free agency, the potential fit with the Giants is undeniable.
Garrett still was coveted for their coordinator position, in part because of his experience as a head coach and with quarterbacks, as well as his ties to the Giants organization, having been a backup quarterback there from 2000 to 2003.
The Giants, 4-12 this past season, will certainly be looking for an boost. "And he does a fantastic job of making adjustments in the game". Graham spent a total of seven years with the Patriots and was also Green Bay's linebacker coach and running game coordinator under McCarthy in 2018.
"We thought a lot of him coming out of college", Garrett said. "We share the same vision to be able to run multiples and use the players on our roster to the best of their ability to match up against the opponent". Earlier this week, it was reported that Garrett was interviewing with none other than the New York Giants, who are a divisional rival. "You want to hold on to guys like that".