A little over a week ago, New York Giants Director of College Scouting, Marc Ross, interviewed with the New York Jets for their vacant General Manager position. After the sit down, Ross told Gang Green "thanks, but no thanks" and withdrew his name from consideration. Now, Giants linebackers coach Jim Herrmann is taking the same approach, and following an interview with the Philadelphia Eagles for their vacant defensive coordinator position, has turned the team down.
Now that he has officially withdrawn his name from potential consideration, Tom Rock of Newsday reports that Herrmann will, in fact, remain with the Giants as their linebackers coach in 2013.
Herrmann will now enter his fifth season with the Giants as their linebackers coach after spending three years with the Jets in the same capacity.
Prior to entering the NFL in 2006, Herrmann spent 20 years coaching at Michigan, including the final nine years as their defensive coordinator.
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