The New York Giants expected to continue their search for a new offensive coordinator on Saturday by interviewing Green Bay Packers quarterback coach Ben McAdoo, but due to poor weather in both Green Bay and New Jersey, his visit was rescheduled for Monday.
Leading up to the weekend, the Giants had already met with three potential candidates including former Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan, former Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains and former Houston Texans quarterbacks coach Karl Dorrell. McAdoo would, obviously, be the fourth candidate to publicly meet with the Giants, although co-owner John Mara hinted earlier in the week there may be others.
In addition to the Giants, McAdoo has previously met with the Cleveland Browns for their vacant head coaching position, and the Miami Dolphins are rumored to be interested in his services as well.
The Dolphins, meanwhile, are also expected be meet with Giants' vice president of player evaluation, Marc Ross, on Sunday.
The Giants' offensive coordinator position became available when Kevin Gilbride decided it was time to retire after a successful 24-year career in the NFL.
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