Tom Coughlin stepped down as the head coach of the Giants last week. But he never said he was retiring. And that is evident by this:

Coughlin is reportedly interviewing today for the head coaching vacancy in Philadelphia. I wonder how Giants fans will feel about Coughlin interviewing within the division.

It doesn't really matter, as Coughlin was essentially forced out of his position with the Giants anyways. He's not going there to spite the Giants, I don't think. I think he's going because he's a football coach who needs a football coaching job.

Coughlin has a career coaching record of 320-170 in 20 coaching seasons. Interestingly enough, he has a .531 winning percentage in his career. He had identical winning percentages in his eight years in Jacksonville as 12 years in New York. He won two Super Bowls with the Giants, but failed to make the playoffs since 2011.

Coughlin can still coach, we will see if it's in Philadelphia.

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