Giants offensive coordinator Mike Kafka watches his players practice during training...

Giants offensive coordinator Mike Kafka watches his players practice during training camp at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center in East Rutherford, N.J. on Aug. 3, 2023. Credit: James Escher

The Giants' seemingly unending makeover of their coaching staff continued Wednesday, as the team announced promotions of three current coaches and the addition of two from outside the organization.

Most significant, offensive coordinator Mike Kafka will have assistant head coach duties added to his role. Going into Year 3 of the general manager Joe Schoen and coach Brian Daboll regime, Kafka is the only coordinator who remains.

Special teams coach Thomas McGaughey, with a year remaining on his contract, was fired by Daboll after the season. Daboll and defensive coordinator Wink Martindale spent parts of their two-year union at odds, eventually leading to a messy divorce. Martindale has yet to find another job.

Giants secondary coach Jerome Henderson, popular among players, will assume the additional role as defensive passing game coordinator.

And quarterbacks coach Shea Tierney will take on duties of offensive passing game coordinator.

The Giants also added two coaches from outside the staff, outside linebackers coach Charlie Bullen and defensive assistant Zak Kuhr.

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