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Report: Jason Garrett interviewing for Giants vacant offensive coordinator job

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Will Jason Garrett stay in the division to run the Giants offense?

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It’s been a long, winding road for Jason Garrett and the 2020 offseason. From being talked about as a guy who may potentially remain as the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys, to a guy that was technically still employed and in the building while the Cowboys began interviewing head coaching candidates. Jason Garrett’s tenure in Dallas ended in a very strange way.

But with his contract officially expiring this week, Garrett has finally began his search for a coaching job in the NFL, and he may be headed to a very familiar opponent. According to multiple reports, Jason Garrett will be interviewing for the vacant offensive coordinator role in New York, with new head coach Joe Judge.

Garrett has a long history with the New York Giants, and a long history with the state of New Jersey. Garrett played for the Giants from 2000-2003, and went to school at Princeton University which is located in New Jersey. Garrett was rumored to being tied to the Giants for their head coaching job mid-season if the Giants were to move on from Pat Shurmur. While that role has been filled, Garrett could be on his way to the Big Apple to run the offense with Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley.