On Tuesday, amidst a flurry of rumors and free agent signings, the New York Giants made an addition to their coaching staff, hiring former Albany Great Dane quarterback and Princeton assistant, Ryan Roeder, to be their offensive assistant.
Roeder spent three season as an assistant at Princeton after a year coaching the wide receivers at Rhode Island. He also spent three seasons at Temple University coaching wide receivers, tight ends and acting as an offensive line coach.
In addition to his time at the aforementioned schools, Roeder spent 2006 coaching Albany wide receivers and 2005 coaching their running backs. In 2004, he was with Holy Cross as an assistant offensive line coach.
The position of offensive assistant became available after the Giants promoted Lunda Wells to assistant offensive line coach in late January.
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