Panthers block New York Giants from DC interview with Ejiro Evero

The Carolina Panthers have been a real thorn in the New York Giants’ side during the recent coaching cycle, repeatedly blocking their interview requests.

First, they blocked special teams coordinator Chris Tabor from interviewing with the Giants and then fired him after the position had been filled. Now, Joseph Person of The Athletic reports, they have blocked New York from interviewing defensive coordinator Ejiro Evero.

Evero had a second interview for the Seahawks’ head-coaching vacancy Saturday, and multiple teams are interested in hiring him as defensive coordinator, according to a league source. But Evero remains under contract with the Panthers, who can block him from interviewing for lateral positions — and have with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Miami Dolphins and New York Giants.

Unlike the situation with Tabor, it sounds like the Panthers intend to keep Evero on staff if he doesn’t land a head coaching job.

Meanwhile, the Giants have been extensive in their search to replace Wink Martindale. Thus far, they’ve interviewed Dennard Wilson (Ravens secondary coach) twice, Brendan Daly (Chiefs linebackers coach), Shane Bowen (Titans defensive coordinator), Derrick Ansley (Chargers defensive coordinator), Anthony Campanile (Dolphins linebackers coach), Jerome Henderson (Giants secondary coach), and Bobby Babich (Bills linebackers coach).

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