New York Giants head coach Joe Judge is filling out his staff this week and one name has popped up as a possible candidate for defensive backs coach — Jerome Henderson.

Henderson, 50, has been the Atlanta Falcons’ passing game coordinator since 2016. Before that he was with the Dallas Cowboys, Cleveland Browns and New York Jets going back to 2006 when he was the Jets’ director of player development.

As a player, Henderson was cornerback and was a second-round pick out Clemson by the New England Patriots in 1991. He played eight seasons in the NFL with the Patriots, Bills, Eagles and Jets.

Henderson played in three Super Bowls, two with Buffalo and one with New England, all losing efforts. He also coached in another — Super Bowl LI — the one where the Falcons collapsed and lost in overtime to the Pats.