Pat Shurmur was named the 18th head coach in Giants history on Jan. 22, 2018.
A 20-year NFL coaching veteran, Shurmur joined the Giants after a two-year stint with the Minnesota Vikings, including the last 27 games as offensive coordinator. In 2017, he was named the NFL Assistant Coach of the Year by the Pro Football Writers Association.
This is the second head coaching assignment for Shurmur, who led the Cleveland Browns from 2011-12. Shurmur has been a part of teams that have qualified for nine postseason berths, won seven division titles, and advanced to one Super Bowl (he was on the Eagles’ staff when they played in Super Bowl XXXIX vs. New England to cap the 2004 season).