EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The New York Giants fired coach Pat Shurmur on Monday after two seasons on the job, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter Monday.

Shurmur amassed a 9-23 record. His 19-46 mark and .292 winning percentage in four seasons as head coach with the Giants and Cleveland Browns is the seventh-lowest of all time.

The Giants (4-12) finished in fourth and third place, respectively, in the NFC East each of the past two seasons with Shurmur at the helm. They earned top-six picks in the draft for their struggles.

"This is a 'wins' business -- I get it, I get it," Shurmur said after Sunday's 34-17 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. "We've been talking about [my job] for, I think, about six weeks. You've been asking me the same questions for six weeks. So, I don't know if I'm getting good at answering them, but I'm answering them a lot. But, that's the reality of this business. When you don't win, that's the line of questioning. Listen, I get that, I get that."

Shurmur was hired in 2018 after a successful run as the offensive coordinator in Minnesota.

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