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Rhonde Barber for Exec VP

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The comparisons to John Lynch are everywhere ( future HOF, broadcaster, and football knowledge). He would definitely be able to evaluate and connect to the players. Definitely not a Hurney.

This would mean that Tepper is committed to "outside the box" thinking. It's worth a shot.

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if it gets him off of commentary, make him the new gm and owner

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