EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Mike Sullivan is returning to his old job as the New York Giants quarterbacks coach.Coach Tom Coughlin announced the hiring on Wednesday, a day after the team confirmed that Danny Langsdorf was leaving to become the offensive co-ordinator at Nebraska.Sullivan worked with Coughlin from 2004 to 2011, serving as the wide receivers coach from 2004-09 and the quarterbacks coach for the last two years. He left after the Giants won their second Super Bowl under Coughlin to become the Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive co-ordinator in 2012-13. After leaving the Bucs, he stayed in Tampa and worked this year as a consultant.Sullivan spoke with Coughlin and offensive co-ordinator Ben McAdoo on Tuesday. He has worked with most of the assistant offensive coaches on the staff.Sullivans first job in the NFL was Jacksonvilles defensive quality control coach in 2002, Coughlins final season as the Jaguars coach. When Coughlin joined the Giants in 2004, he hired Sullivan.Mike Sullivan is a quality football coach and is an outstanding positional coach and did a great job for us as a receiver coach and as a quarterbacks coach, Coughlin said. He was the first thought that I had and we were fortunate in that the timing was right to get him back here. Were very pleased to be able to bring him back home.In Sullivans two seasons as the Giants quarterbacks coach, Eli Manning completed 61.9 per cent of his passes for 8,935 yards, 60 touchdowns, 41 interceptions and a passer rating of 89.2. He had career-high totals of 31 touchdown passes in 2010 and 4,933 yards the following season.Mike worked very well with Eli when he was the quarterbacks coach, Coughlin said. We all wished him well when he went off to be an offensive co-ordinator, but we were sorry to see him go.Sullivan also will work with backup Ryan Nassib, who is entering his third season.Its great to be back, said Sullivan, who will have to adjust to a new West Coast offence that McAdoo installed this season. I cant wait to get started. Heath Miller Youth Jersey
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