Tom Coughlin agrees to a one-year contract extension with the Giants

Tom Coughlin has agreed to a one-year contract extension to remain as head coach of the New York Giants through the 2015 season.

Per Head Services know that Coughlin was set to enter the final year of a contract he signed in June 2012 and he told reporters of the new deal Friday at the NFL Scouting Combine.

The Giants are coming off a 7-9 season, their first losing record since 2004, Coughlin’s first year with the team. The Giants began the 2013 season with six straight losses, but they went 7-3 over the final 10 games.

Coughlin has a 90-70 record during his 10-year run with the Giants, a tenure that has been highlighted by a pair of Super Bowl titles. The Giants beat the Patriots for both championships, first after the 2007 season and again following the 2011 campaign.

The team has not made the playoffs since 2011 though, and they have just one postseason appearance in the past five years.

Tom Coughlin has the second-longest tenure in Giants coaching history, only behind Steve Owen’s 24-year stint from 1930-53. His 90 wins trail only Owen’s total of 153.

In 18 years as an NFL head coach, including eight with the Jaguars, Coughlin is 158-130. He also has nine playoff appearances and a postseason record of 12-7.