Brian Daboll has brought New York Giants organisation together, says punter Jamie Gillan

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New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll has united the locker room since his offseason arrival, player Jamie Gillan says.

Gillan, who signed a reserve/future contract with the team in February, admitted that it was “the happiest time I’ve ever done my job” thanks to the atmosphere that met him in East Rutherford.

“It’s a great organization, I love it,” Gillan told Sky Sports. “It was very positive, people worked very hard. [Casey Kreiter] and kicker [Graham Gano]our special team coordinator is amazing so I really enjoyed sleeping there.

“He [Daboll] got everyone 100%. He’s a great coach, he’s fun to start with, a great dude.

“It’s nice because in the locker room everyone gets together and then people stay to hang out and I really believe that we should have a locker room like this, so it was nice to hang out, play ping pong after hours, get pleasure”. get to know each other and then show up early in the morning and get it done. It was brilliant.”

Gillan arrives after being waived during his third season with the Cleveland Browns last December before briefly spending time on the Bills practice team.

He averages 44.9 yards per punt in three campaigns, with 35.7% of his punts hit within 20 last year.

The change of scenery offers significant contrasts between life under the flashing lights of New York and life in his native Scotland.

“It’s a lot crazier. I’ll probably try to live in New Jersey more, make it a little quieter,” he joked.

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