The Giants have their new offensive coordinator.
Mike Shula will be leaving the Panthers and joining new coach Pat Shurmur’s staff, according to NFL Insider.
According to the report, Shula will also serve as the Giants’ quarterback coach.
Shula, 52, spent the past five seasons as the offensive coordinator for Carolina under Dave Gettleman, who is now the general manager of the Giants.
Before that, he was the Panthers’ quarterbacks coach. However, it’s already been stated that Shurmur will take over playcalling duties.