Giants defensive coordinator Wink Martindale quits.

It has been reported by various sources that Giants defensive coordinator Wink Martindale has resigned, which is not a very shocking decision.

Both Drew Wilkins, who coached outside linebackers, and Kevin Wilkins, who worked as a defensive assistant, were eliminated from their positions by New York earlier on Monday.

When it came to Martindale, many people believed Wilkins to be his "right-hand man."

As a result of his transfer from the Baltimore Ravens at the conclusion of the 2021-22 season, 

 Martindale was able to finish out two seasons with the New York Giants. Before joining Big Blue, the coordinator, who is now 60 years old, worked with the Ravens for a total of ten seasons.

The New York Giants were able to record seven more sacks and allow 45 less points than they did in the prior season during his debut season with the team. 

As a result of the defensive improvements, the Giants were able to achieve a record of 9-7-1 and make their first appearance in the postseason since 2016.

With a record of 6-11 in 2023, the Giants were unable to achieve the same success as in 2022. It was reported that Daboll and Martindale were having a disagreement since the team was having a difficult time, but both of them played down the tension.