A New York Giants quarterback is mulling options
The New York Giants quarterback situation is about to get more complicated this offseason. Quarterback Daniel Jones has free agency coming up. He played well this season, and the Giants will likely franchise tag him or sign him in the coming months. Another Giants quarterback is also considering other options for next season.
Giants’ backup QB Davis Webb, who was offered Buffalo’s QB coach job last off-season, has expressed interest in starting the transition from player to coach. After securing his first NFL start this season, Webb will consider making the jump to coaching for the right opportunity.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 24, 2023
Webb started for the Giants against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 18. He threw for 168 yards and one touchdown in the 22-16 loss to the Eagles. Webb played at Texas Tech from 2013-2015. He transferred to California for his senior season. The Giants drafted Webb in the third round of the 2017 draft.
Webb has been offered a coaching job in the NFL before by the Buffalo Bills. Webb spent time with the Bills from 2019-2021. He’s also has been with the New York Jets organization.
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