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Albert Breer's GM List

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Eric DeCosta, Ravens director of player personnel: DeCosta has been a top-of-the-list GM candidate for a half-decade now, but it'll take an enormous opportunity for the 40-year-old to uproot. His wife is from Baltimore, and he's seen colleagues go elsewhere and find browner pastures. Plus, if such an opportunity doesn't come, he's content to wait and succeed Ozzie Newsome as Baltimore GM.

Brian Gaine, Dolphins director of player personnel: Miami's instability notwithstanding, Gaine was part of constructing the Cowboys' talent-rich roster in the middle of the decade, sat next to Bill Parcells and Jeff Ireland in the draft room in Miami, and has worked both small-picture (advance scouting) and big-picture (team building) parts of an operation. Gaine is well-regarded in the scouting community.

Tom Gamble, 49ers director of player personnel: This season in San Francisco has caused a lot of folks to re-evaluate how the 49ers were built. Scot McCloughan, having already been a GM, doesn't qualify for this list, but he might get another look as a GM (maybe in Oakland), and Gamble's is another name sure to come up, with his experience in pro and college scouting, contract negotiations and coaching.

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There's more there if you follow the link.

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That was last season dude

Yeah, he just reposted it. Thought it might be worth a read.

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I hope Jerry Jones is our next GM ;)

The panther universe would implode and collapse on itself

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A guy on the website "the sideline view" wrote a good article regarding potential GM candidates. The one that stands out the most to me is the guy Tom Gamble from SF. He's been around football his entire life and has both scouting and cap experience. He's also been a part of building several teams that made playoff runs. I would like it if the Panthers give him a hard look.

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Ross.... any list should include him. Breer is usually pretty good and a fellow Buckeye!

I see nobody actually read the article since he's listed in it.

The blue text that says source..past wher the OP said there is more is a link...you can click it...

"Marc Ross, Giants director of college scouting: The 38-year-old has put together an impressive run of draft classes since joining the Giants in 2007, and was in the mix for the Seattle GM position when Pete Carroll was hired as coach in 2010. Ross was once the league's youngest college director, at 27 years old in Philly, and has a Princeton degree, which is sure to please the business side of an organization."

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