Jason Garrett will not be the head coach of the Giants, but he could still have a crucial role in the franchise.
The former Cowboys coach will meet with the Giants on Wednesday for his offensive coordinator position, according to multiple reports. Garrett or who lands on the staff of the new coach Joe Judge will play a key role in the development of promising rookie quarterback Daniel Jones.
Garrett trained the Cowboys for more than nine seasons, taking them to the postseason three times. After a week of internal debates, the Cowboys fired Garrett and was replaced by former Packers coach Mike McCarthy.
Garrett, 53, spent four seasons in support of the Giants in the early 2000s and left a positive impression on the organization. However, the decision will finally be from the judge.
The judge hired Patrick Graham as a defensive coordinator earlier this week.