Jason Garrett: Giants job just felt right to me

Jason Garrett could be the Giants' next offensive coordinator. AP

Jason Garrett could be the Giants' next offensive coordinator. AP

Witten is one of 30 free agents the Cowboys have at the moment, after coming out of a one-year retirement to play another season in Dallas. The Cowboys declined to renew his contract after they went 8-8 this past season and missed the playoffs.

Garrett will join the staff of new coach Joe Judge. Witten spent more than eight years of his career playing under Garrett and knows his offense as well as anyone.

Giants co-owner John Mara made no secret of his desire.

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Garrett will also be tasked with helping develop quarterback Daniel Jones, who showed lots of promise in his rookie season after taking over from Eli Manning as the starter. He now is expected to look for a job outside the organization.

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Speaking of Judge, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Friday night that he and Garrett were "on the same page" with regard to working together following their meeting on Wednesday.

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McGaughey spent the past two seasons as coordinator of the Giants special teams and was assistant to the special teams in NY from 2007 to 2010.

"I've known about Jason for a long time, not only through the general public as well-known as he is as head coach of the Cowboys".

The 53-year-old spent nine-and-a-half seasons as Dallas coach, a spell in which he only recorded one losing season and won three division titles, but tasted victory in just two playoff games. He will bring to NY a timing-based offense that has worked well with young quarterbacks in the past. He started his National Football League coaching career in 2005 as a Miami Quarterbacks coach under Nick Saban and became a Dallas offensive coordinator in 2007. But the Giants are clearly committed to him as their future franchise quarterback.

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It would be ironic if Witten became the Giants' tight ends coach since Dallas recently poached Lunda Wells from Big Blue to serve in the same capacity.

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