A native of Jackson, Miss. The team already lost linebackers coach Mike Nolan to the Dallas Cowboys (where he'll work as defensive coordinator beneath head coach Mike McCarthy), so this is some good news for Saints fans.
Because Brian Flores bid farewell to his offensive coordinator, Chad O'Shea, in the immediate aftermath of the 2019 season and now the Dolphins are bidding farewell to defensive coordinator Patrick Graham, who will take the same job in NY with the Giants.
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Graham held the same title with the Miami Dolphins this season. Boyer has been with the New England Patriots since 2006 and has served as the Patriots' defensive backs/cornerbacks coach since 2009 before moving to coach in Miami with Flores at the beginning of previous year. The Dolphins will also bring in a new offensive coordinator for the second consecutive season, after Flores fired Chad O'Shea and lured Chan Gailey out of retirement to fill that role two weeks ago.
According to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, the New York Giants have hired Patrick Graham as their defensive coordinator. The Giants didn't have a single Pro Bowl player, and only two teams had less money invested in the defensive side of the ball. It is rare in the National Football League to see a coach leave for a lateral position on another team and for an organization to let a coach out of his contract to make such a move but that is the case of that happened here. After six seasons in the college ranks, Boyer joined the Patriots' staff in 2006, serving as a defensive assistant for three seasons before being promoted to defensive backs coach in 2009.
The Dolphins, who had to approve the interview and hire for a lateral move, saw a lot of promise in Boyer and believe he can flourish in his new role.