Former New York Giants assistant typical supervisor Rick Donohue died unexpectedly on Feb. 6 at his dwelling in South Carolina. He was 75.
Donohue joined the Giants as a scout in 1980 and later held several unique positions before getting to be the team’s assistant typical supervisor under Ernie Accorsi in 1998.
In total, Donohue expended all 22 decades of his occupation with the Giants before retiring to South Carolina in 2002. He was a element of three Tremendous Bowl teams, profitable two titles (following the 1986 and 1990 seasons), and was viewed as instrumental in a cycle of assistants (Invoice Parcells, John Fox, Invoice Belichick) getting to be NFL head coaches.
With the Giants, Donohue not only worked with group assistants, but served regulate the draft, recruit and negotiate contracts with players.
Donohue is survived by his spouse, Elaine, two young children and a daughter-in-regulation, as very well as several grandchildren.