New head coach Joe Judge's contract with the Giants is for five years, reports Adam Schefter of ESPN.
The financial details of the contract have not yet been reported.
Judge, 38, was introduced on Thursday at MetLife Stadium, with John Mara saying Judge's interview was perhaps the best he's ever been a part of and Judge following that introduction with an intense and at times riveting press conference.
"What came through in the interview was his poise, his confidence, his leadership, his knowledge of the game and what it takes to build a winning program," Mara said. "His ability to relate to players and, of course, his work ethic."
The Giants chose Judge over Matt Rhule, whose camp gave New York a chance to match the seven-year deal for roughly $60 million he was about to agree to from the Panthers. Per Mara, the Giants declined for a number of reasons.
Pat Shurmur, who was fired in December after two seasons at the helm, received a five-year deal when taking the head coaching job in 2018.
Ben McAdoo, who was fired after two seasons in December of 2017, received a four-year deal when taking the head coaching job in 2016.
The Giants are hopeful things will be different with Judge, who is in philosophical alignment with GM Dave Gettleman about how to build the team.
Judge was both wide-ranging and specific during his introductory presser. And he was commanding.
"What I'm about is an old school, physical mentality," Judge explained. "We're gonna put a product on the field that the people of this city and region are proud of. This team will represent this area. We will play fast. We will play downhill. We will play aggressive. We'll punch you in the nose for 60 minutes. We'll play every play like it's a history in a life of its own with a relentless, competitive attitude. We will play fundamentally sound, we will not beat ourselves."