New York Giants Have Signed New Best Head Coach Of The Team…

Cam Achord has been appointed assistant special teams coach by the New York Giants. Michael Ghobrial, the new Special Teams Coordinator, will oversee him. For the previous four seasons, Achord, 37, oversaw special teams for the New England Patriots. Ironically, he was elevated to the role in 2020 after the Giants hired Joe Judge, their former special teams coordinator, as head coach.

The website’s Coaching Staff section has Achord’s whole coaching biography.

According to the New York Post, tight end Darren Waller is thinking about retiring. Despite Waller’s young age of 31, he has struggled with injuries in recent years. “I haven’t decided in either direction,” Waller stated to The Post. Waller’s current deal, which pays $10,525,000, $11,525,000, and $13,525,000 annually, has three years left on it. If he plays, his $14 million compensation will be deducted from the 2024 salary ceiling. His retirement would result in $7,868,000 in lost revenue.

In March 2023, Waller was purchased by the Giants from the Las Vegas Raiders for a third-round selection. Waller was expected to be the focal point of the passing attack since he was a consistent standout during training camp. But just prior to the season, Waller’s left hamstring injury—which sidelined him for the most of his 2022 Raiders season—appears on the injury report. Waller led the club in catches and did not miss any early games, but the injury appeared to have a detrimental

sway his performance and total influence. Even worse, Waller suffered a right hamstring injury in Week 8, missing five games and being placed on injured reserve. Later on in the season, he made a comeback to play the final four games.

Waller concluded the season with 52 receptions and 552 yards, which were both second-best on the club, while playing in 12 games overall and starting 11 of them. But he managed just one touchdown. The Baltimore Ravens selected the 6’6″, 238-pound Waller in the sixth round of the 2015 NFL Draft. He played for the Raiders (2018–2022) and Ravens (2015–2018). 2019 and 2020 were his greatest two seasons, during which he caught an amazing 197 catches for 2,341 yards and 12 touchdowns. But during the last three seasons, Waller has missed eighteen games due to injuries—ankle and knee sprains in 2021, as well as hamstring problems in 2022 and 2023.


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