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Asst GM Kevin Abrams to interview for GM position

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All of these in house, ex-Giant GM interviews bother me.  Bring in a fresh new face.  If the current regime was good, we wouldn't be in this position.

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1 hour ago, Gmen said:

All of these in house, ex-Giant GM interviews bother me.  Bring in a fresh new face.  If the current regime was good, we wouldn't be in this position.

What others do U have in mind that we can interview now 

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2 hours ago, Acgott said:

What others do U have in mind that we can interview now 

Not that I know much about it, but I had the sense that there were not any more exciting candidates free from obligations to other teams right now. Thus, if they hope to get one of the wonderboys, they'll have to wait until after the season.

And I agree that it would be nice to see a fresh face, rather than someone connected to the old regime who might continue the grand traditions of no linebackers, not enough offensive linemen, no speedy edge rushers, Jerry Reese physical specimens, Jerry Reece blown third-round picks.....

Unhappily, so predominant is the Good Old Boys network in the NFL that the Giants may well interview Tom Quinn (Master of Special Teams) for the job. Or maybe Kevin "Shotgun Draw" Gilbride?

Just kidding.:) Let's hope for a New Day!

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On 12/23/2017 at 11:34 AM, Acgott said:

What others do U have in mind that we can interview now 

I don't have any names.  But how about an up and comer from an organization that has shown the ability to acquire talent.  New England, Seattle, Pittsburgh, even Philadelphia as gross as that sounds.  The way they were able to rebuild after Chip Kelly left was impressive.

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2 hours ago, Gmen said:

I don't have any names.  But how about an up and comer from an organization that has shown the ability to acquire talent.  New England, Seattle, Pittsburgh, even Philadelphia as gross as that sounds.  The way they were able to rebuild after Chip Kelly left was impressive.

We can’t interview those teams until their season ends 

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