Ex-Giant Thomas McGaughey drawing interest from Patriots

Former New York Giants special teams coordinator Thomas McGaughey is being interviewed for the vacant New England Patriots special teams job.

ESPN’s Jordan Raanan was the first to report the news.

The Patriots and legendary head coach Bill Belichick parted ways last week after 24 seasons. He was replaced by linebackers coach Jerod Mayo, who also played linebacker for the Pats from 2008-2015.

McGaughey was the Giants’ special teams coordinator from 2018-23 and served under three head coaches — Par Shurmur, Joe Judge and Brian Daboll. He was dismissed directly after the season along with offensive line coach Bobby Johnson.

It is believed that McGaughey would have left the Giants even if he had not been fired.

Story originally appeared on Giants Wire

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