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Panthers Offense: Giants' Ross to meet with CAR, NYJ, JAX, SD

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Giants director of college scouting Marc Ross has reportedly lined up interviews with the Panthers, Jets, Jaguars, and Chargers.

Giants GM Jerry Reese referred to Ross as "the hot prospect" for GM jobs, and that certainly appears to be the case now. A finalist in Chicago last year, Ross is viewed as a good communicator and evaluator with "an executive skill set," as one Giants official told NFL Network's Albert Breer. Ross has been considered an early favorite in Carolina. Jan. 3 - 2:20 pm et

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I think the biggest negative about Carolina is some of the huge contracts he'd have to deal with. New York is a complete clusterfug of a franchise. Plus he has to keep Rex, whereas here in Carolina he has a say in whether Rivera stays or not. Both franchises present some challenges.

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Sweet...link?

https://twitter.com/AKinkhabwala

Got to think with all of those interview's lined up that a decision on Rivera will likely come before we make a hire. Its no guarantee that we even land Ross or that he's the only interview we still have lined up.

The more I think about it the less I think we fire Rivera. Jerry still owes Rivera 5.6 million for the final 2 years left on his contract. He will likely end up paying the next GM at least as much if not more than he paid Hurney.

Of course you never know whats going through JR's mind as he rarely speaks to media or any public outlet about his plans for the team.

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