Originally Posted by ARodFLKeysJetsFan
Pretty interesting conclusion and it makes sense but wouldn't that put Scott Cohen out on a cliff if he does not get one of these two positions?
Maybe, but so what?
He doesn't get promoted and he doesn't get fired. He remains the guy in charge of locating talent within the league, and he continues whatever functions he completes so the new GM can focus on finding college talent or whatever.
Was there any word any where that Cohen wanted out or would leave if not promoted? I hadn't heard it. So he continues doing his job knowing he does not have final say. When Tannenbaum lands another job maybe he calls Cohen to join him. He would have a new boss is all.
Thanks for your excellent interview but we wish to have you continue your current responsibilities. If he quits, well bye then.