New York Giants fire coach Joe Judge after just two seasons


EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The New York Giants fired coach Joe Judge on Tuesday after two losing seasons with the team.

The move comes a day after general manager David Gettleman retired after four seasons on the job.

Judge, a first-time head coach, went 10-23 in his two years. He is the third consecutive Giants coach to be fired after two seasons or less, following Ben McAdoo (13-15) and Pat Shurmur (9-23) as the once-proud franchise stumbles through one of the worst 10-year stretches in its history.

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