After today’s game, the next task for the Panthers is to find a new general manager to replace Marty Hurney. We haven’t heard much about it in the past few weeks other than speculation. Today there is some current news to report.
According to joint reporting on NFL. com, the team puts on an interview with former Giants General Manager Jerry Reese.
Reese’s entire executive career in the NFL has been with the Giants organization. After seven years as an assistant coach at UT-Martin, Reese was first hired by the Giants as a college scout in 1994. He graduated from Pro Scout in 1997 and Director of Player Staff in 2004. He became her GM in 2007 and held the job until 2017.
The team had some notable achievements during Reese’s run, including unlikely Super Bowl wins against two of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady’s top Patriots teams in 2007 and 2011.
Drafting is of course a team effort, but Reese has made some solid decisions in his day, particularly defenders Jason Pierre-Paul and Linval Joseph (2010), cornerback Prince Amukamara (2011), wide receiver Odell Beckham (2014) and Safety Landon Collins (2015). As with any GM, he also had some notable flaws, including cracking down on Ereck Flowers (2015).
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