|Title||Senior Defensive Assistant|
|Team||New Orleans Saints|
August 11, 1956|
|Position(s)||CB / RB|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1981-1983||Penn State (Asst.)|
|1984-1985||Brown (TE/WR coach)|
|1991-1994||Phi. Eagles (DB)|
|1995-1996||New York Jets (DB)|
|1997||St. Louis Rams (DB)|
|1998-1999||St. Louis Rams (Co-DC)|
|2000||St. Louis Rams (DC)|
|2001-2005||Kansas City Chiefs (DB)|
|2006-2014||New York Giants (DB)|
Peter Giunta (//; born August 11, 1956) is an American football coach for the New Orleans Saints. He served as defensive backs coach to defensive coordinator Perry Fewell and head coach Tom Coughlin for the New York Giants from 2006 to 2014. Giunta has also served as defensive coordinator for the St. Louis Rams from 1998–2000, succeeding the retiring Bud Carson. Giunta has coached at the high school, college and pro level, and also as both offensive and defensive assistant throughout his career. He played cornerback and running back under Robert Lyons at Northeastern University from 1974-1977.
Peter is married and has two biological children, John and Christina. He and his wife adopted a second boy, Demoan, after fostering him as a toddler.