In the 48. Judge began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at mississippi state for three years before becoming the linebackers coach for a year at birmingham southern.
Here s a look at patriots special teams coordinator joe judge who interviews with the giants for their vacant head coaching position monday.
Joe judge patriots interview. He previously spent eight seasons working as an assistant coach for the new england patriots the patriots won three super bowls during judge s tenure. Judge born december 31 1981 is an american football coach who is the head coach of the new york giants of the national football league nfl. Special teams coordinator wide receivers coach joe judge is set to interview for the new york giants head coaching position on monday according to nfl network s ian rapoport.
New england patriots wide receivers coach joe judge speaks on how wide receiver antonio brown has fit into the position group and the pats offense as a whole. Judge and josh mcdaniels have been tossed around in head coaching rumors and their absence would leave a void to fill in new england s offense. Turns out that nameless face was joe judge now the coach of the new york giants.
He was the patriots special teams coordinator who also doubled this season as wide receivers coach. Joe judge who has been a part of five championship teams as an nfl and collegiate coach became the fifth candidate to interview for the giants head coaching position. Joe judge s interview was best.
Joe is really passionate about what he does special teams captain matthew slater said. Judge 38 became the fifth candidate the giants have interviewed. Bill belichick only selects the finest men to help him do his.
Former patriots assistant joe judge got put through the ringer by bill belichick during his job interview because of course he did. Giantscountry home big blue news game day. The team announced monday afternoon it completed an interview with patriots assistant coach joe judge.
The giants have announced that former new england patriots special teams coordinator and wide receivers coach joe judge will be the 19th head coach in new york giants history. Judge 35 follows in the patriots footsteps of two of the nfl s best special teams coaches brad seely 1999 2008 and scott o brien 2009 14. Judge who turned 38 last week has been coaching for 15 years including the last eight with the new england patriots.