The man Giants fans spent all year making fun of is now a Giant.
New York and former Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett inked a 5-year-deal Friday that will make Garrett offensive coordinator under new head coach Joe Judge.
Former #Cowboys HC Jason Garrett has agreed to become the offensive coordinator for the New York Giants and first-year head coach Joe Judge, per source:
— Ed Werder (@WerderEdESPN) January 18, 2020
Garrett comes off of a disappointing 11-year tenure in Dallas, but does bring crucial experience to the Giants sideline, especially a sideline that will be led by a rookie head coach with a young, second-year quarterback under center.
Staying in the NFC East, Garrett will be calling plays against his former team twice each season.