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The Giants may not officially have a head coach yet, but other positions on the staff are starting to fall into place. If the Vikings lose Sunday's NFC title game to the Philadelphia Eagles, he can negotiate or sign a contract right away. In the past two days various reports have linked Jack Del Rio to the defensive coordinator job and Thomas McGaughey as the special-teams coordinator.

The Giants are expected to hire Pat Shurmur as their next head coach and he's reportedly interested in adding a former National Football League head coach to run his defense.

Former Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio is the New York Giant's lead candidate to become their new defensive coordinator under projected new head coach Pat Shurmur, according to ESPN's Chris Mortenson.

In the event Del Rio is brought on as the team's defensive coordinator, it doesn't necessarily shut the door on a Spagnuolo return.

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Del Rio had previously been the head coach in Jacksonville, going 68-71 in his nine years after replacing Tom Coughlin. 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.

Del Rio's Raiders went 6-10 this season, and he was sacked after his third year on the job so the team could bring back Jon Gruden.

While he and Del Rio have never worked together, together, they might be able to turn around a lost culture with the Giants. Del Rio was 25-23 in his three years in Oakland but never had a chance to keep his job after word got out Jon Gruden was ready to leave the ESPN booth for a return to coaching. NY may not go worst to first in the NFC East, but this is a good entry point for Shurmur.

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