New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin answers questions during a news conference after the Giants lost 35-30 to the Philadelphia Eagles in an NFL football game, Sunday, Jan. 3, 2016, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
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After 12 years as coach of the New York Giants, Tom Coughlin walked away gracefully from one of the NFL's flagship organizations.Coughlin delivered two Super Bowls and restored the franchise to the league's elite. The move may signal the end of a 20-year NFL head coaching career for Coughlin, one of 13 coaches to win multiple Super Bowls.The league's oldest active coach and third-longest tenured among the 32 who finished the season, Coughlin came into 2015 knowing he had to get the Giants back to the playoffs to keep his job.Coughlin posted a 110-93 record in 12 seasons with the Giants, winning three division titles in addition to his two league crowns.A no-nonsense coach, Coughlin vowed to restore Giants pride and it didn't take long.
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