Mortensen reports that Del Rio is scheduled to make an average of $6 million per year over the next three seasons after being fired by Oakland and that any "salary he is paid by the Giants simply will be offset against his" Raiders contract.
This would be Del Rio's third gig as an National Football League coordinator.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter reported on Sunday morning that Del Rio is the front-runner to link up with the presumed next head coach of the Giants in Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur in 2018. Given that this will be Shurmur's second go-around as head coach, he will want to have a defensive guy on his staff with ample head coaching experience.
The New York Giants, until we are shown otherwise, are a mess.
Shurmur can not negotiate or be hired until his season ends as his Vikings are preparing for an NFC Championship Game matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles later on Sunday. Multiple beat writers have speculated that Steve Spagnuolo would stay on as the team's defensive coordinator due to his time with Shurmur in St. Louis, but another candidate is reportedly emerging as the favorite.
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Last season, NY would finish near the bottom of the barrel defensively.
Jack Del Rio would have been an intriguing candidate for the Giants' head coaching job.
Del Rio also served as defensive coordinator for the Broncos and Panthers.
Alex Marvez of Sporting News has since reported that McGaughey is expected to take special teams coordinator position with Big Blue.
Quinn's Giants special teams unit in 2017 was a major problem on a near-weekly basis, including an astounding Week 15 low in which the Giants had an extra point, field goal and punt blocked all in the same game, a home loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.