May 21, 2022

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New York Giants not expected to retain Tom Quinn

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New York Giants not expected to retain Tom Quinn


Tom Quinn has been a longtime member of the New York Giants coaching staff, but it looks like his time with the team has come to an end.

The Giants are not expected to keep Quinn on Brian Daboll’s new staff, according to Zack Rosenblatt of The Star-Ledger.

Despite Thomas McGaughey staying on as the Giants special teams coordinator, Quinn is not returning to the Giants and will have to look for work elsewhere in 2022.

Quinn initially came to the Giants back in 2006 as the assistant special teams coach and then was promoted in 2007 to the special teams coordinator under Tom Coughlin.

Quinn was part of the two Super Bowl teams in 2007 and 2011 and remained as the special teams coordinator until 2017 on Ben McAdoo and then Steve Spagnuolo’s staff.

In 2018, Quinn remained with the Giants when Pat Shurmur took over as the head coach and went back to his initial role with the team, which was assistant special teams coach when McGaughey took over. Quinn remained on staff when Joe Judge was hired in 2020 as well.

Report: Giants not expected to retain Tom Quinn