Tom Coughlin is coming back, and Jerry Reese is returning. And they won’t be the only ones back in East Rutherford in 2015, either.

Don’t expect much turnover on the Giants roster this offseason, even after the disaster that made co-owner John Mara “sick” in 2014. For better or worse, the 2015 Giants will feature much the same personnel that drove the team to a 6-10 record in 2014, because there won’t be a roster overhaul for a second straight spring. There will be only minor adjustments, said Reese.

“Well, not wholesale changes,” Reese said. “Last year, we had to turn the roster over and we are not going to go out and spend a huge amount like we did this past offseason in free agency.”

Last season, Reese gave the ballclub a massive makeover, doling out $116 million in player contracts to instantly rebuild an aging franchise. While the 2015 salary cap has yet to be set, the Giants likely will not have the same wiggle room that they had this past offseason, especially if they intend to re-sign defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, who could be franchised (which would mean a $15 million salary) or could command a blockbuster long-term deal.

Reese can free up some money by giving Eli Manning an extension, and the likely cutting of defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka will help, too. But that won’t be enough for a second straight offseason facelift.

Not that Reese and the Giants brain trust see a need for a facelift anyway. They see an ugly record that could easily have been better; in November, the Giants lost three straight games by a combined total of 10 points.

And they see Manning, who spent most of 2014 working to learn Ben McAdoo’s West Coast attack, but played as well as any signal-caller in a torrid December (eight TDs, two interceptions).