The competition for the general manager position of the Denver Mustang Company is being closely integrated. In the first round of interviews in the book, one candidate gracefully withdrew from the race, while the other two candidates reorganized their most popular candidates to win jobs.
At least, this is based on one of the oldest Mustang insiders on the market.Woody Page Colorado springs bulletin —Denver (Denver) has decades of history insiders who have deep connections with the company, and after the initial wave of interviews, they are reporting new information.
My NFL source outside the organization believes that the general manager will be George Payton or Jom Kelly from the NFC Northern team (Vikings and Bears). Interestingly, the Broncos will compete with the suffering Lions for Payton, and the equally helpless Panthers for Kelly. The record of these three teams is 5-11.
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Page’s report runs counter to the last recorded information he released last week on the issue, in which he singled out Kelly and New Orleans vice president Terry Fontenot as club chairman. But that was before the interview.
Since then, Fontenot entered the opening of General Motors with the Atlanta Falcons. According to reports, he was one of the final “two or three” candidates for the position. It is worth mentioning that, because the Saints defeated the Bears in Sunday’s Super Wild Playoffs, there is at least a week left for Fontenotte to take over as GM.
Back to Paige’s report, the common theme is Kelly. And as the Bears are abandoned from the playoffs, if the Broncos are willing to provide him, he will suddenly become the head of General Motors.
However, don’t sleep on Paton. The Viking staff refused to accept interviews from Carolina about the Panthers General Motors’ work in order to report to the Broncos that he was motivated to gain Mile High performances.
With Dave Ziegler racing against time in New England, any one of the last three external candidates will be an exciting hire with more pros and cons than pros and cons. Kelly felt it was an obvious choice, especially considering his past working experience in Denver, including his experience during the tenure of former General Motors Chairman John Elway.
However, if Payton finds this job, don’t be surprised. He will be the dark horse predicted by a few people.
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