By Dan Benton
New York Giants head coach Pat Shurmur expected to fill out his coaching staff this week and on Monday, he took a significant step towards accomplishing that goal.
Although a new offensive coordinator remains elusive, the Sporting News reports the Giants have added both Deshea Townsend and Ben Wilkerson to Shurmur’s staff.
Townsend will serve as an assistant defensive backs coach, while Wilkerson will serve as an assistant offensive line coach.
New York Giants head coach Pat Shurmur has added two more members to his coaching staff.
A source tells Sporting News that Deshea Townsend is being hired as assistant defensive backs coach and Ben Wilkerson is being named assistant offensive line coach for the Giants.
Townsend, a fourth-round pick of the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1998 NFL Draft, broke into coaching following his retirement in 2011. The two-time Super Bowl champion cornerback served as the assistant defensive backs coach of the Arizona Cardinals (2011-2012), cornerbacks coach of Mississippi State University (2013-2015) and defensive backs coach of the Tennessee Titans (2016–2017).
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