The New York Giants officially announced what was believed to be the entirety of their coaching staff earlier this month, but apparently Joe Judge is still tinkering.

Despite keep all three special teams assistants from Pat Shurmur’s staff in the building, Judge could look to add one more assistant coach to the mix by way of Amos Jones.

While meeting with reporters on Thursday, Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians let it slip that Jones could interview with the Giants for a staff position in the near future.

Jones, of course, gave Judge his first-ever coaching job at Mississippi State in 2005 and has even referred to Judge as his fifth child. The respect and admiration is clear, but would it be enough for Jones to leave the side of Arians, whom he’s known for 40 years?

Jones would be another quality asset for the Giants given his long resume and the wealth of knowledge he’s gained since entering the coaching ranks in 1981, but with Thomas McGaughey already in place as the special teams coordinator, is there any spot for him?

There seem to be more questions than answers surrounding Jones, but the situation is worth keeping an eye on. If Judge somehow gets him into the building in East Rutherford, he’s unlikely to leave.