The Carolina Panthers have hired New York Giants senior pro personnel analyst Dave Gettleman as their new general manager. Gettleman has been in the NFL for 25 seasons, 15 of which have been with Big Blue. He's been apart of six Super Bowl teams, three Lombardi Trophy winners and 13 playoff teams. Gettleman has been an essential aspect of Big Blue's front office since his arrival from Buffalo in 1998.
With Marc Ross still in the hunt to land a general manager job around the league, the Giants could be facing a major reconstruction in the front office in 2013. Two of the most influential player personnel advisors may be on their way out, leaving some major questions to be answered before April's draft. Regardless, Giants 101 would like to wish Dave Gettleman well in all his future endeavors.
“Dave is extremely qualified to be the general manager of the Panthers and will do a terrific job,” said General Manager Jerry Reese. “The Panthers interviewed two of the top personnel executives in the NFL in Dave and Marc Ross, and couldn’t go wrong either way, in my humble opinion.”
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