You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience.

Top Stories

Report: Ex-Giant Kevin Gilbride will serve as head coach of XFL’s New York franchise

Giants Wire logo Giants Wire 4/15/2019 Dan Benton
Kevin Gilbride wearing a blue hat talking on a cell phone: Getty © Getty Getty

The New York Giants relieved Kevin Gilbride of his duties following the 2013 season and he's yet to return to the sideline since. However, that is about to change.

Jay Glazer of FOX Sports reports that Gilbride will return to football in 2020 as head coach of the XFL's New York franchise.

The XFL, which is owned by WWE's Vince McMahon, will make it's return next year with a more serious take on the game of football than their previous attempt, which lasted only one season and was hindered by extreme rules and parody.

Given the failures of the AAF here in 2019, many across the football world are already soured on the return of the XFL, but given that more than 40 players from the AAF have been signed by the XFL, there is a clear void during the spring that could be beneficial to both the NFL and CFL.

Gilbride, meanwhile, will take over as a head coach for the first time since he held that role with the then-San Diego Chargers (1997-1998).

Gilbride served as the Giants' quarterback coach from 2004-2006 before taking over as their offensive coordinator in 2007. He helped lead the team to two Super Bowl titles during that span and, to this day, has gotten more out of quarterback Eli Manning than any other coach or coordinator.


Russell Wilson’s contract standoff with the Seahawks could change NFL rosters forever

NFL Mock Draft 2.0: The Jets Get a Steal and Oakland Finds The QB of the Future

Kyle Kuzma has his own story of LeBron's frugality

8 most popular mock draft picks for Packers at No. 12 overall

Four potential Kemba Walker landing spots in free agency



image beaconimage beaconimage beacon