Giants hire Brian Daboll as new head coach
"It is an honor and a privilege to be named head coach of the New York Giants," Daboll said in a statement.
He added: "I promise we will work our tails off to put a team on the field that you will be proud to support and give us the results we all want."
Daboll had been with Buffalo since 2018, overseeing the likes of quarterback Josh Allen.
He'll reunite with Giants general manager Joe Schoen, who'd served as the Bills' assistant GM since 2017 before replacing Dave Gettleman earlier this month.
In addition to Daboll, the Giants twice interviewed Buffalo Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier, among several other candidates.
Daboll will replace Joe Judge, who New York fired Jan. 11 after two seasons.
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