New York Giants GM Dave Gettleman Likely to Return in 2022
The New York Giants have reached a breaking point with general manager Dave Gettleman, who appears to be in his final days with the team.
NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport Report that Gettleman is unlikely to return in 2022 with the odds decreasing day by day.
General manager Dave Gettleman, who has been running the team’s human resources department since 2018, is unlikely to return in 2022, sources familiar with the situation and people with deep knowledge of the tournament said. fight said. With two first picks in the next draft and an important season ahead, don’t be surprised if another voice makes the final call to head coach Joe Judge.
Gettleman, who will turn 71 next season, is likely to walk away and retire on his own.
As Rapoport alluded to, the aging Gettleman, who had recently been battling cancer, was likely to announce his retirement rather than being publicly fired by the team. Either way, his tenure at East Rutherford is coming to an end.
The relevant part of Rapoport’s report is that Kevin Abrams is seen as a potential – if unlikely – replacement for Gettleman.
In the building, there will be a number of good candidates to replace him, notably Vice President of Football Operations and GM assistant Kevin Abrams. Outside of the building, the organization will likely consider some candidates with backgrounds in the New England recruiting system better suited to Judge’s thinking, among others.
Averting an unforeseen playoff for the Giants, the organization will go into main office rebuilding mode. They will not only be looking for a new superintendent, but also a new attack coordinator.
How things will play out for head coach Joe Judge and quarterback Daniel Jones remains to be seen. There will be a lot of moving puzzle pieces.
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