The Giants are expected to bring in former Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens to join Joe Judge's coaching staff, it was reported by AL.com's Matt Zenitz on Tuesday night.
It is unclear as of now what Kitchen's role is, but he has been a tight ends coach in the past -- which is one of the remaining spots on the offensive side of the ball that's missing a coach. Kitchens has coached in just about every spot possible on offense since starting his coaching career in 1999.
Aside from Kitchens, Fox Sports and The Athletic's Bruce Feldman reported and SNY's Ralph Vacciano confirmed that former Alabama director of player personnel and UAB OL coach Jody Wright will also be joining Judge's staff in an unconfirmed role.
Wright was Kitchens' offensive assistant this past season with the Browns. He also has experience as a TE and RB coach.
The Browns offense was one of the more disappointing things to watch in 2019 after they came into the season with very high hopes. The addition of Odell Beckham Jr. and Kareem Hunt joining the likes of Baker Mayfield, Jarvis Landry, Nick Chubb and David Njoku had many's mouths watering thinking about what this offense could be capable of.
But the offense was stagnant at times and the team as a whole under performed, as the Browns failed to make the playoffs despite some people seriously considering them to be Super Bowl contenders.
The Giants ranked one spot (23) underneath the Browns (22) last season in total yards per game, so it would be interesting to see what Kitchens and Wright would bring to the table to get New York to the next level.