By Peter Gleason

Fired Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett just won’t go away.

And he is up for another job in the NFC East.

Garrett (above with Eagles coach Doug Pederson) interviewed yesterday with new head coach Joe Judge to be the next offensive coordinator of the New York Giants, USA Today has reported.

Mike Garafolo of NFL Network first reported the news.

Garrett’s contract with the Cowboys expired Tuesday, so the Giants were able to talk to him freely and without permission from Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.

ESPN reported Tuesday that the Giants have also interviewed incumbent OC Mike Shula for the job.

Garrett was a good coordinator for four years, and his proficiency there helped him land the head coaching job in Dallas.

The 53-year-old former New Jersey resident and Princeton grad could be a valuable resource overall and within the division for Judge. Giants co-owner and team president John Mara is on record indicating he would not be opposed to Garrett as OC, but that it would solely be Judge’s call.

Garrett played for the Giants and served as the backup quarterback from 2000-2003, impressing many within the organization with his approach, work ethic and knowledge of the game.