Found June 06, 2012 on
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The New York Giants announced on Wednesday that head coach Tom Coughlin has signed a contract extension that will take him through the 2014 NFL season. Coughlin’s previous contract was scheduled to expire following the 2012 season.
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Both sides were eager to extend their relationship. Big Blue because they believe in Coughlin-–who in February led the team to its second Super Bowl victory in his tenure–is the NFL’s finest coach, and Coughlin because coaching this team is an absolute labor of love.
When asked publicly in recent weeks about the pact, team president John Mara always spoke of the inevitability of reaching an agreement. At the ceremony three weeks ago at Tiffany and Co. in which the players and coaches received their world championship rings, Mara said it would happen, “sooner rather than later.”
Because it was only a matter of time, the negotiations included no angst, annoyance or anger from Coughlin or the Gian...
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Tom Coughlin has signed a two-year contract extension through the 2014 season with the New York Giants.
The 65-year-old Coughlin, who led the team to its second Super Bowl win under him in February, has coached the Giants since 2004. His contract was in its final year.
Coughlin says Wednesday ''it is an honor and a privilege to be the head coach of the New York Giants....
After recording his second Super Bowl victory for the New York Giants, the franchise rewarded head coach Tom Coughlin with a three-year contract extension. The extension is worth a reported $20 million dollars and locks up Coughlin as the head coach of the Giants through the 2014 season.
Coughlin’s record with the Giants has been impressive, leading them to two Super Bowl Championships...
The New York Giants have announced that head coach Tom Coughlin’s contract has been extended through the 2014 season.
This coming season was the final year of Coughlin’s current deal, so the Giants essentially gave him a two-year extension.
Coughlin expressed his gratitude for being able to continue to be the Giants head coach.
“It has always been my belief that...
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East Rutherford, NJ (Sports Network) - Three weeks ago while the Giants received their championship rings, team president John Mara stated that head coach Tom Coughlin would receive a contract extension "sooner rather than later."
The inevitable became a formality on Wednesday as Coughlin signed a two-year contract extension that will keep him on the sidelines through...
It had become an annual New York City tradition no less routine than the Rockettes hitting Radio City or the lighting of the Christmas Tree at Rockefeller Center.
Every December, usually around the second or third Monday of the month, New York City's sports-talk radio stations' phone lines would light up with callers demanding one thing:
"Fire Tom Coughlin!"
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The Super Bowl champions announced their training camp schedule Wednesday, hours after saying that coach Tom Coughlin had signed a contract extension which will keep him with the team through 2014.
The Giants will report to camp on July 26 with workouts beginning...
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The Sporting News certainly thinks so, ranking the 65-year-old New York Giants coach at No. 1 amongst his peers in their NFL coach rankings.
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