It's no secret what the New York Giants are doing. To aid first-year head coach Joe Judge, the G-Men have prioritized adding former head coaches to his staff, including former Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett — who will serve as offensive coordinator.

The Giants, according to reports on Tuesday, have shown interest in former Cleveland Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens. The presumption is that it's for the vacant tight end coach position, as Kitchens has a history there.

However, Kitchens to the Big Apple is “not a lock,” according to Dan Duggan of The Athletic. He has other options outside of the Giants.

Kitchens and Judge briefly worked together at Mississippi State. The former Browns head coach has experience coaching tight ends, as he did so at Mississippi State and then for the Dallas Cowboys (2006) and the Arizona Cardinals (2007-2012).

Kitchens spent 2019 as the Browns' head coach. Cleveland went 6-10 under his watch, marking a disastrous season after earning Super Bowl hype throughout the offseason. He lasted one season with the Browns, as he replaced Hugh Jackson shortly after the 2018 season.

Judge interviewed former University of Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley on Wednesday, per Duggan. Dooley coached in various capacities on Nick Saban's LSU staff between 2000 and 2004 before following him to the Miami Dolphins as the tight ends coach. He spent the last two seasons at the University of Missouri as the offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach.

Judge's staff isn't done, but that should change over the next week as the Giants finalize a group that they hope can turn things around in New York.