During the week, Tom O'Hagan managed to pull off the near-impossible. In a five-minute phone interview with The Giant Insider, Tom Coughlin's Minneapolis-based agent said absolutely nothing.
The only straight answer we received was this: Is Coughlin interested in returning to coaching? "Yes."
O'Hagan said that his client is still unemployed and wants to "keep all his options open."
Would he be interested in the Giants job? "We'll see."
Gee, Tom thanks a lot.
Coughlin remains the Giants' top choice, but it appears that he's going to be pursued by more than just Big Blue. Look for the Bills on the NFL level and Syracuse University to also go after him hard.
It's believed that Coughlin would prefer to return to coaching on the pro level, something that his 'loquacious' agent grudgingly admitted.
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