Alabama's Nick Saban won't be coaching Giants


Is Alabama coach Nick Saban, fresh off his sixth national championship, set for a return to the NFL?

A day after Bruce Arians said Nick Saban would consider leaving Alabama to go to the New York Giants, Fox Sports' Jay Glazer discovered it was nothing more than a joke. It just happens to be open. "Why he would do it, I don't know, but it would not shock me if he did".

Added Arians on why Saban would want to coach the Giants: "Because they're the New York Giants".

There are so many intertwined factors to mull over here, not least Saban's reported $11.125 million-per-season salary, the fact he's 66, and the chance to break Bryant's record. "Because they're the New York Giants and when we grew up, they were the thing".

Back in October 2016, after the Giants had already hired McAdoo to replace two-time Super Bowl champion coach Tom Coughlin, comedian Tom Arnold made waves by claiming that notorious boxing promoter Bob Arum once called Giants co-owner Steve Tisch on Saban's behalf. But the rumors can't be totally dismissed due to the mutual flirting that has taken place between the Giants and Saban every time the team has an opening. Hiring a defensive guy would be a departure from the team's recent practice. Word Wednesday was that Patricia is viewed as the favorite. The fact that the Giants didn't hire Wilks immediately doesn't mean he's out of the running, but the door is now open for the Cardinals or Colts to snatch him. So, with Tisch in attendance for Wilks' interview, the Giants would have been able to seal the deal.

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On the other hand, he struggled in his brief stint as an National Football League head coach, tallying just a 15-17 record in two years with the Miami Dolphins.