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    I just wanted to point out that Tony / CBNY over on the draft forum had some good things to say about Gaine. And if Tony likes him, that's good enough for me...

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    1 Popp - by a mile!
    2 Gamble
    3 Khan - only finance guy I'd consider
    4 Gaine

    Will someone forward the list to Woody? Maybe we can split part of the $200k he's paying K/F!

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    My top 3 are Ross, Khan and Idzik

    I was thinking maybe there's a possibilty of making Khan GM and Ross Asst. GM - both would be promotions from their positions in their respective teams now and you'd get a cap guru and player evaluator to work together both from two of the top organizations in the league...

    But that is just wishful thinking

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    Actually above all of them...any word on Dorsey from Green Bay? Haven't heard anything imminent about him going to KC and there hasn't been much said whether he interviewed with us or not. He's probably the best candidate out there right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beercules View Post
    Actually above all of them...any word on Dorsey from Green Bay? Haven't heard anything imminent about him going to KC and there hasn't been much said whether he interviewed with us or not. He's probably the best candidate out there right now.
    Tony Pauline is saying his understanding is Dorsey to KC is a done deal

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Mart View Post
    Tony Pauline is saying his understanding is Dorsey to KC is a done deal
    Heard it here first, guys. Chiefs will be in Super Bowl within 3 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by section314 View Post
    Heard it here first, guys. Chiefs will be in Super Bowl within 3 years.
    Only if they get a QB... Seeing as though they probably won't because it's nearly impossible, I'm going to go with the percentages and say you're dead wrong.


    That said, Dorsey is very good and Reid is very good so you'll see them in the playoffs in 3 years.

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    Gamble was #1, but hearing how he failed to impress I am going to trust the NFL teams that maybe he isn't such a hot candidate?


    1-Jim Popp, it seems like he has impressed teams but no one has taken that risk yet of hiring a CFL guy.
    @SteveMariucci
    Jim Popp GM Montreal CFL will make an excellent GM in NFL !!!! Mark my words
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    2-Omar Khan, he may be a cap guy but he comes from the best ran organization in football and we do have cap issues. He would not be Tannenbaum 2.0.

    3-Brian Gaine, it seems like a lot of people are high on this guy. Hes a football guy too.

    4-Marc Ross, he knows talent but he didn't seem to impress either.

    5-John Idzik

    6-Tom Gamble

    7-Scott Cohen

    Noway do I want Jerry Angelo, hes already a proven bum as GM.

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    Rex. He will be no matter who Jets hire to make the figure head GM.

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    I'll leave the rankings to the people actually doing the interviewing and fact-finding. That said, I am surprised Kahn is getting an interview. He is a numbers guy, not a scout. Query, does the NFL have a minority interview requirement for GM positions? I thought I read that Jimmy Raye III declined an interview invitation. Is it possible that Kahn is the fulfillment of a minority interview requirement?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SONNY WERBLIN View Post
    I'll leave the rankings to the people actually doing the interviewing and fact-finding. That said, I am surprised Kahn is getting an interview. He is a numbers guy, not a scout. Query, does the NFL have a minority interview requirement for GM positions? I thought I read that Jimmy Raye III declined an interview invitation. Is it possible that Kahn is the fulfillment of a minority interview requirement?
    Ross was already in for an interview.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMEC View Post
    Ross was already in for an interview.
    Oh..... maybe there's and Indian/South American interview quota?

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    I started to write an informed reply to this.
    Then I realized that all my information comes from:

    • Success of the current & former team(s) of each candidate.
    • Their prior job title.
    • Posts on JI.


    Do I REALLY know anything about the individuals up for this job?
    I don't even know if Cohen was guiding or opposing Tanny on our own team!

    Sorry to not be able to contribute as much insider info as everyone else...

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    Jim Popp may be a possibility because his teams have done well in the CFL. However, his lack of NFL experience could be a drawback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by section314 View Post
    When is Omar Minaya getting his shot?
    right after Isiah Thomas interviews.....

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    1. Buddy Ryan
    2. Rob Ryan
    3. Meg Ryan

    alternate: Ryan Seacrest

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    1. Everyone else
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