EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - The New York Giants have hired Danny Langsdorf as their new quarterbacks coach and re-assigned two others in a shuffling of their offensive coaches.
Coach Tom Coughlin announced Monday that Langsdorf would replace Sean Ryan and work with Eli Manning and the other quarterbacks. Ryan will coach the wide receiver and Kevin M. Gilbride, who handled the wide out last season, will coach the tight ends.
Gilbride replaces veteran Mike Pope, who was fired and hired by Dallas.
The moves shake up the offense for next season. Offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride retired after last season and was replaced by Ben McAdoo, the Packers quarterbacks coach. Running backs coach Jerald Ingram also was fired and replaced by Craig Johnson.

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