The New York Giants are choosing Henry Baker to serve as their assistant defensive backs mentor, a work that previously turned obtainable when Deshea Townsend signed with the Chicago Bears.
The shift, which has been reported by several outlets, comes considerably less than two months following Baker was re-employed by Rutgers, wherever he was poised to just take about as their cornerbacks mentor and pass sport coordinator.
In 2017, Baker served as Rutgers’ cornerbacks mentor just before shelling out the 2018 period with North Carolina.
Baker was previously with the Giants on a minority coaching internship in 2016. He held a equivalent position with the Detroit Lions in 2015.
Prior to signing up for Rutgers the very first time, Baker invested six seasons with the University of Delaware and also coached at East Stroudsburg (Pa.). For the duration of his taking part in days, he attended the University of Maryland and afterwards experienced a very little cup of coffee at the NFL degree with the Kansas Town Chiefs.
Due to the fact of the two-calendar year, $550,000 agreement he experienced signed with Rutgers, Baker will have to shell out the school a $30,000 buyout payment just before he can formally indicator on with the Giants.