The New York Giants and head coach Joe Judge are not completely finished compiling their coaching staff apparently, and on Monday evening, added Amos Jones to the fray.

The 60-year-old Jones has a long history with Judge dating back to his playing days at Mississippi State and will now serve as the first-year coach’s right-hand man, reports Tom Rock of Newsday.

Jones, 60, is expected to serve as Judge’s right-hand man helping with everything from in-week planning and decision-making to in-game strategies and analytics. In baseball terms, he’ll be Judge’s bench coach.

Jones most recently served on Bruce Arians’ staff in Tampa Bay, with the head coach recently acknowledging that he may lose Jones to Judge and the Giants.

Prior to his time with the Buccaneers, Jones also worked with the Arizona Cardinals, Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers.

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. He’ll now work side-by-side with Judge as a mentor of sorts.

Another tremendous addition to the Giants’ coaching staff.