The New York Giants have completely reshaped their coaching staff and several parts of their front office and scouting department this offseason, highlighted by the hire of first-time head coach Joe Judge.

But the tinkering has not stopped and the Giants made several additional changes last week… And then several more in recent days.

Although not officially announced by the team, the Giants did update their website to reflect at least one new hire — Ryan Hollern joining the organization as Chief of Staff.

Hollern spent the 2019 season as a member of the Cleveland Browns staff under Freddie Kitchens, who now serves as the Giants’ tight end coach. Prior to that, he worked as a scout for both the Buffalo Bills and New Orleans Saints.

Before his time in the NFL, Hollern spent several years as the coordinator of recruiting operations at Mississippi State, where he also served as a graduate assistant in 2004-2005.

In addition to Hollern, the Giants also reassigned Chris Pridy. Having previously served as the director of football administration, Pridy will now take on the role of assistant equipment manager.