The New York Giants have parted ways with special teams quality control coach Nick Williams after three seasons.
The Giants have parted ways with special teams quality control coach Nick Williams, according to sources. Williams worked 3 years for Giants, two on Joe Judge’s staff as an offensive assistant & one for Brian Daboll. A good young coach who has a bright future.
— Pat Leonard (@PLeonardNYDN) February 10, 2023
Williams, not to be confused with the team’s defensive lineman of the same name, was hired by then-head coach Joe Judge in May of 2020 to be an offensive quality control coach.
Williams had coached at Alabama from 2009 through 2011, where both Judge and current head coach Brian Daboll have ties. He was a wide receiver at Alabama from 2009 through 2012 and joined the Giants from his position as wide receivers coach at Southern Illinois.
This is the first coaching change made by Daboll this offseason with more likely to come.