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Mr. Scot

The Next GM

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Hey scot you should do a profile soon for Dave Gettleman, pro personnel guy for the giants,

http://wp.me/p14QSB-6oNh

As Gantt pointed out several days ago, the Panthers have hired former Giants G.M. Ernie Accorsi to help find the franchise’s next General Manager.

The decision that Accorsi makes will resonate through the organization, both now and in the future.

Some think Accorsi will push Giants executive Dave Gettleman for the job, given their past working relationship in New York. Another source believes Accorsi will set aside his relationships and recommend the person whom Accorsi views as best suited for the job, given its specific dynamics and requirements.

I know it's purely speculation but he still seems like an interesting(and qualified) candidate

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Hey scot you should do a profile soon for Dave Gettleman, pro personnel guy for the giants,

http://wp.me/p14QSB-6oNh

[q]As Gantt pointed out several days ago, the Panthers have hired former Giants G.M. Ernie Accorsi to help find the franchise’s next General Manager.

The decision that Accorsi makes will resonate through the organization, both now and in the future.

Some think Accorsi will push Giants executive Dave Gettleman for the job, given their past working relationship in New York. Another source believes Accorsi will set aside his relationships and recommend the person whom Accorsi views as best suited for the job, given its specific dynamics and requirements.

I know it's purely speculation but he still seems like an interesting(and qualified) candidate

Yeah, just read that. I may research him next rather than Khan.

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Sh*t double post my bad I hate the mobile version of the huddle lol, but yeah he might be a better option than Ross IMO but we'll see

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Sh*t double post my bad I hate the mobile version of the huddle lol, but yeah he might be a better option than Ross IMO but we'll see

I tend to favor college scouting guys over pro personnel guys, but yeah, he'd have a shot as well.

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Joe Person for GM

Dosen't he own the Bobcats? No thats another guy.. A basketball man or something..

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I tend to favor college scouting guys over pro personnel guys, but yeah, he'd have a shot as well.

I agree with you on this. Dave Gettleman seems like he can be a good prospect but being Senior Pro Personnel he doesn't even travel with the scout team anymore. His job duties is to grade scout team practice guys and unrestricted free agents. I kind of want someone who scouts college guys well.

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Dave Gettleman bio from the Giants site

Dave Gettleman is in his 25th season in the NFL, his 15th with the Giants and his first as Senior Pro Personnel Analyst. He spent the previous 13 years as the Director of Pro Personnel. Gettleman joined the Giants in the spring of 1998 as then-director Tim Rooney’s assistant. He was promoted to Pro Personnel Director in the spring of 1999 upon Rooney’s retirement.

Gettleman has been a part of six Super Bowl teams, including three winners. He was with Buffalo in 1990 and 1991, Denver in 1997 and the Giants in 2000, 2007 and 2011. The Broncos and the 2007 and 2011 Giants both won the championship. Gettleman has been associated with 13 playoff teams in his NFL career.

http://www.giants.com/team/staff/dave-gettleman/695ee783-862e-4ed5-bb35-aecea77aa9cb

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Sounds like a winner but I like my GMs to be from networks... im hiring Michael Lombardi.

Curious real question... Will the next GM get a three year pass or will the huddle want to fire.com him after halftime of Game1 of preseason?

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I want a great talent evaluator either way. Someone who would bring in a successful OC for coach would also be ideal. I'm tired of being behind the rest of the league schematically. We need some legit coaching that our guys will respect.

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I want a great talent evaluator either way. Someone who would bring in a successful OC for coach would also be ideal. I'm tired of being behind the rest of the league schematically. We need some legit coaching that our guys will respect.

The only way to get that coaching is to bring guys in with strong personalities.

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