Joe Judge thanks Giants for the chance

Joe Judge was fired by the New York Giants after John Mara described it as the lowest point in Joe’s long association with the team.

Judge’s two year tenure in New York ended after his job appeared safe.

Judge made his first remarks since being fired and released a statement Art Stapleton from NorthJersey.comWe thank the players, owners, fans, as well as our past and current team.

Judge stated, “As I look back on my time with the Giants I want to express how deeply grateful I am for having the opportunity to coach the New York Giants.” “Thanks to the Mara-Tisch and Tisch families, the organization and amazing support staff, as well to the fans — loyal, proud fans who are more passionate than any fanbase in sport with their devotion and passion. These people were a pleasure to represent over the past two seasons. Thank you for supporting our team every week.

Judge was fired for going 10-23 in 2 seasons, including 4-13 by 2021.

The 40-year old thanked coaches for their hard work over the past two seasons and former players for putting their lives on the line. Judge was criticised for his practices, including making the plyers run laps. He also praised current Big Blue players for their fighting spirit.

He said, “To all the Giants players, thankyou most of all.” “When I was named head coach, we asked you to come in and give all you had every day. You did. You are a great person and I am proud to have you as my friend.

“On behalf my family and I, we leave New York feeling grateful for the community, the organization and the people. “Thank you.”