The New York Giants have promoted offensive coordinator Mike Kafka to assistant head coach, secondary coach Jerome Henderson to defensive passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach Shea Tierney to offensive passing game coordinator.
All three will continue in their previous roles while taking on the additional responsibilities.
In addition, Charlie Bullen was hired as the new outside linebackers coach, and Zak Kuhr was added as a defensive assistant.
The moves should complete the Giants’ coaching staff for the upcoming season.
Earlier this week, the Giants hired Shane Bowen as their new defensive coordinator, replacing Wink Martindale, and Mike Kelly to assume the open tight ends role after Andy Bischoff left to join Joe Harbaugh’s staff with the Los Angeles Chargers.
Both Bowen and Kelly came from Tennessee, where they served under the now-former head coach Mike Vrabel.
Kuhr also comes from Tennessee — first as a quality control coach in 2020 and then worked with the Titans’ defense under Bowen, becoming their inside linebackers assistant in 2021.
Bullen was most recently with the Arizona Cardinals (2020-22) as their outside linebackers coach. Before that he was with the Miami Dolphins from 2012-2018, working with the linebackers and defensive line. He will assume the roles held by Drew Wilkins, who was let go last month.