New York Giants coach Joe Judge is expected to interview former Cleveland Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens for a coaching spot on his staff according to Jordan Raanan of ESPN.

Judge, hired this week as the Giants' new head coach after Pat Shurmur was dismissed, and Kitchens worked together at Mississippi State, so the two already have a lot of familiarity with each other. It's unclear exactly what role it would be, but it doesn't seem Kitchens will be out of the league long after Cleveland fired him right after the 2019 season.  The roles would be switched a little bit from when the two sides worked together at Mississippi State. Kitchens was tight ends and running backs coach, while Judge was a graduate assistant.

Judge told a story at last year's Super Bowl media day about how Kitchens made him build a swing set during a bye week before the then-Patriots receivers coach was hired by New York.

“So, when I was [graduate assistant] and Freddie was the tight ends and running backs coach at Mississippi State … it was our bye weekend and he grabbed me and another grad assistant named Jody Wright, who’s now working for the Browns,” Judge said via Ted Holmlund of the New York Post. “He said, ‘Hey, it’s the bye week.’ Yeah, Freddie it’s great. We’re thinking we’re getting a week off, this and that. He’s like ‘All right, we got to put together a swing set for my daughters. So when we’re done here, meet me at my house.’

Judge thought it was only going to be a one day project, but it ended up taking most of the week. Maybe if he does hire him to be apart of the staff, he can get a little revenge by sending him to do some odd tasks.