#general-manager

Brian Daboll finishes interview with Giants - ProFootballTalk
Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll became the first candidate to interview for the Giants' head coaching position, the team announced.
Sparks to re-sign Te'a Cooper, reportedly lose Nia Coffey
The Los Angeles Sparks got some good news and bad news during the first week of WNBA free agency.
Fans will hate ESPN's 'NFL exec' trade prediction for Washington
The Washington Football Team will have a new quarterback presiding over the offense next season.
Giants Hire Joe Schoen From Bills as General Manager
The Giants on Friday announced the hired Joe Schoen as the their new general manager, the first step in the team's attempt to fill a leadership vacuum after the previous general manager and the former head coach both departed after another unsuccessful season.
Bears complete interviews with Leslie Frazier, Ryan Poles - ProFootballTalk
The Bears' head coaching and General Manager searches continued on Friday.
Giants are expected to interview Brian Daboll, Leslie Frazier Saturday - ProFootballTalk
The Giants hired Joe Schoen as their new General Manager on Friday and they're reportedly going to speak to a couple of his former coworkers on Saturday.
Vikings finalists for vacant GM job revealed
Both candidates are relatively young, as Poles is 36 years old and Adofo-Mensah is 40 years old. Poles would be the more traditional route, as he has a scouting background.
What the Giants hiring of Joe Schoen as GM means for the head coaching search
The New York Giants made it official on Friday by hiring Joe Schoen away from the Buffalo Bills organization to be their next general manager.
Senators forward Tim Stutzle trades a signed stick for gummy bears
The Ottawa Senators are in town to take on the Capitals Saturday night. Before they traveled to the district, they were in Pittsburgh to do battle with the Penguins.
Quick Hits: Assistant GMs, Kjerstad, 2022 Draft
There's plenty of ambition to be found within baseball's front offices, and yet for an increasing number of executives, remaining in a secondary role is a nice place to be, The Athletic's Brittany Ghiroli and Eno Sarris write.