Jason Garrett interviewing for Giants' offensive coordinator gig

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Jason Garrett may not be gone long from the NFL.

Jason Garrett spent Wednesday afternoon interviewing to be offensive coordinator under head coach Joe Judge at Giants headquarters, a source told The Post. Now that Garrett's contract has expired, though, NY can speak to him freely without permission.

By hiring Garrett, the Giants would give a been-there done-that sounding board to the 38-year-old Judge, a first-time head coach who will not call any of his own plays.

Garrett was formally let go by the Cowboys on January 5 after spending the past 13 seasons with Dallas, including the last nine as head coach.

Wells had been with the Giants for the last seven seasons, the last two as tight ends coach and the previous five as an assistant offensive line coach.

Garrett also has ties to the Giants organization, having played there from 2000 to 2003, and is well-respected inside their building.

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Jason Garrett could be the Giants' new offensive coordinator.

"I certainly wouldn't have any objection to that", co-owner John Mara said last week.

Judge is also reportedly interested in former Cleveland Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens. Judge spent the past eight seasons as an assistant under Bill Belichick in New England, most recently as the special-teams coordinator and wide receivers coach. Granted, the drawn-out and exceedingly awkward divorce from the Cowboys was his idea, but it cost him valuable time in finding a new role as a head coach - given how quickly teams were moving to fill their vacancies.

Garrett led the Cowboys to be the No. 2 offense in the National Football League in his first season as the team's offensive coordinator.

However, after the Dallas Cowboys fired Garrett, he's now open to new job opportunities.

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