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    Dave Gettlemen new Carolina's GM .

    Congrats to Dave and thanks for 15 wonderful years of hard work and great dedication to Big Blue .
    Good luck and Godspeed !

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    Just saw it on NFL network, sorry don't have a link yet RF!

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    Thanks for the link bro, I search for one but didn't find one. Sorry, won't happen again.

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    This is what I am most worried about. Losing the front office. We have been very lucky with who is up front helping to run this team. They are good. That's why others want them. Wish them well though.

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    I seen his job title, but what exactly were his responsibilities here? And how should this affect us?

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    This is why I don't get why some folks around here think Reese or anyone in our front office is the problem... PF and Killdrive have gotten ZERO offers for any coaching vacancies (and there are a crapton this offseason), while our front office gets pillaged every offseason. Teams are attracted to success, and that's what our FO brings. Now if only TC wasn't on his anti-rookie crusade and wanted to utilize said success before it was too late...


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    Quote Originally Posted by egyptian420 View Post
    I seen his job title, but what exactly were his responsibilities here? And how should this affect us?

    He was our Director of Pro Personnel until last season. From the Giants: His primary responsibility was the study and evaluation of NFL personnel, particularly free agents. When Gettleman was at the head of the pro personnel department, the Giants were consistently competitive and productive in the veteran free agent market.

    Dave is from my town. I wish him well, and will miss our discussions about Giants football.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roosevelt View Post
    He was our Director of Pro Personnel until last season. From the Giants: His primary responsibility was the study and evaluation of NFL personnel, particularly free agents. When Gettleman was at the head of the pro personnel department, the Giants were consistently competitive and productive in the veteran free agent market.

    Dave is from my town. I wish him well, and will miss our discussions about Giants football.
    I see....the best to him

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    good luck Dave

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