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#501 DaCityKats

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Posted 05 January 2013 - 10:53 AM

Its hard to have a favorite when nobody has even been interviewed. Of course Beane will have an edge due to the fact he took over for Hurney and did an ok job but nothing to fear.

an ok job at what?he didnt do anything really.

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Posted 05 January 2013 - 10:55 AM

Its hard to have a favorite when nobody has even been interviewed. Of course Beane will have an edge due to the fact he took over for Hurney and did an ok job but nothing to fear.


Of course he did an okay job. He hasn't had to do anything yet. No big contracts have been negotiated. He hasn't had to run a draft. He hasn't had to cut players to get under the cap. All he's had to do is show up.

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Posted 05 January 2013 - 10:59 AM

I'm really curious about who this unnamed person who isn't currently employed by an NFL team who interviewed during the season is. Yas just mentioned him again in his article this morning.

I'm also intrigued by a Gettleman/Beane combo. I think Beane has a little more experience than he's being given credit for. Enough so that he would be helpful as a righthand man to a veteran like Gettleman. Have we ever had an heir apparent like that? Maybe it'll be part of a new FO structure where we can hopefully start developing our own inhouse talent people. I also wonder about how these moves will affect our scouting department. Didn't we have a new scouting team for this last draft, after the Cam Newton one? It looks like they are pretty good at finding talent throughout the draft and I hope they don't get dumped for no reason. I also think Rivera and his staff are very good at finding talent in young guys out of nowhere and getting them to produce. Those are all things that should be considered. We're in a really good place right now in the young talent department, Gettleman might be the perfect compliment to this in his pro evaluation abilities-- figuring out which of our old guys we can lose and if there is one or two free agents who can give us the most bang for our buck. You'd think as a GM you'd want to keep a guy like Rivera around because him and his staff's ability to coach guys up can make a draft class look better overall.

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Posted 05 January 2013 - 11:01 AM

Syracuse HC Doug Marrone is getting some interest, having interviewed with CLE/BUF already and scheduled interviews with PHI/SD in the next week.

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Posted 05 January 2013 - 11:01 AM

Of course he did an okay job. He hasn't had to do anything yet. No big contracts have been negotiated. He hasn't had to run a draft. He hasn't had to cut players to get under the cap. All he's had to do is show up.


I think you're missing my point. I never said I wanted Beane but all I was saying was that he has the edge AT THE MOMENT due to the fact that Richardson knows what he has done and knows what he will do. He will interview other candidates and more-than-likely see that there are other variable candidates outside of Beane.

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Posted 05 January 2013 - 11:17 AM

While I understand what you are saying, I am not seeing where the blame falls on Richardson for this. First you say it'd be messed up to get rid of Rivera. Then you say if Rivera stays it'll be pointless because he'll likely get let go anyway. Which makes no sense anyway because you act like we're going to be getting rid of every single player on this team or something. If we get rid of Williams and Gamble (because those are the only two solid players that would help us remotely to release; we're not getting rid of Beason if that is what you are thinking, cutting him would hurt us and nobody is going to trade for him), I honestly don't see how that makes us any worse. We'd still have Stew, Tolbert, and Cam as options in the running game. And we didn't have Gamble all this year and did just fine. Plus we have the draft.

And really? Comparing it to the Fox situation? Come on now. We went 2-14 that season not because we weren't talented. We were. That is why we have been much more competitive since. Hell, we were pretty competitive when Matt Moore actually started that year despite his mistakes. Some people really forget how awful Clausen was as a QB. There is no way we're going to do as bad as we did in 2010 with Cam at QB. If we did, that would be saying a hell of a lot more about Rivera than anything.

And then you say he won't start over with a clean slate. Why do people keep assuming stuff? Lets at least let the situation play itself out.

At the end of the day, people overreact every single year. Our cap is going to be fine. It's always said every year "Carolina is in huge cap trouble" and alas, what happens? We'll restructure, we'll make the proper releases, etc. Besides, it isn't like we need that much money available this offseason anyway. We have nobody to re-sign and there is nobody in FA that would be that expensive to sign.


TV actually makes a pretty valid point. The cap is going to make things rougher next year (Thanks a lot, Marty).

That said, Rivera has shown the ability to coach the team under less than optimal circumstances (i.e. half the roster injured) so we'll see what happens next season.

I'd add that other teams have shown it is possible to field a competitive team even when you're not breaking the bank.

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Posted 05 January 2013 - 11:19 AM

Albert Breer@AlbertBreer
The buzz on favorites for GM jobs: Keim (AZ); Raye (SD); Gamble (Jets); Caldwell (Jax); Beane/Gettleman (Car); Dorsey (KC) ... CLE uncertain

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This doesn't look accurate tbh, but if it is it looks like Ross is the Rivera of GM candidates with a ton of interest but no job. Always the bridesmaid...

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Posted 05 January 2013 - 11:23 AM

I think you're missing my point. I never said I wanted Beane but all I was saying was that he has the edge AT THE MOMENT due to the fact that Richardson knows what he has done and knows what he will do. He will interview other candidates and more-than-likely see that there are other variable candidates outside of Beane.


I know you weren't endorsing Beane, and perhaps I was just pointing out the obvious. But the reality is JR can't know what Beane will do with things like the draft and contract negotiation because he has never done any of these things before.

It is just mind boggling to me that this guy is even a candidate.

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Posted 05 January 2013 - 11:26 AM


Adam Schefter@AdamSchefter

Jacksonville’s two GM finalists are Falcons director of player personnel Dave Caldwell and Cardinals director of player personal Steve Keim.

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Posted 05 January 2013 - 11:26 AM


Things starting to shake out on the GM front a bit.



Rich Cimini@RichCimini

Tom Gamble turned down second interview with Jags to focus on#Jets GM job, per @AdamSchefter. Jax leaning toward Dave Caldwell.




Adam Schefter@AdamSchefter
Jacksonville’s two GM finalists are Falcons director of player personnel Dave Caldwell and Cardinals director of player personal Steve Keim.


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