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Wed, 17 Jan 2007 06:47:14 -0800
Michael Eisen, of Giants.com, reports New York Giants new Senior Vice President and General Manager Jerry Reese explained that working with two of the club's previous general managers, the late George Young and recently retired Ernie Accorsi, respectively, has formed his style as a talent evaluator and personnel official. "George was the kind of sit-and-wait and just stand pat with your hand, whatever you had in the draft," Reese explained. "He would take what was there, and he thought that was the way to do it. Ernie's style was a little bit different, and I took something from both styles. Ernie believes if you see a guy on the board and you want him, you go get him."
Tue, 11 Jan 2005 12:52:06 -0800
The Associated Press reports former New York Giants general manager George Young is among 15 finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Sat, 20 Nov 2004 09:05:50 -0800
The Associated Press reports 25 candidates were announced for the NFL 2005 Hall of Fame. The nominees include LB Harry Carson (Giants), coach Don Coryell (Chargers); DE Fred Dean (Chargers/49ers); DE Richard Dent (Bears); DE Chris Doleman (Vikings); LB Randy Gradishar (Broncos); DE L.C. Greenwood (Steelers); OG Russ Grimm (Redskins); P Ray Guy (Raiders); DE/LB Charles Haley (Cowboys/49ers); CB Lester Hayes (Raiders); DE Claude Humphrey (Falcons); WR Michael Irvin (Cowboys); OT Joe Jacoby (Redskins); OG Bob Kuechenberg (Dolphins); QB Dan Marino (Dolphins); owner Art Modell (Browns/Ravens); WR Art Monk (Redskins); QB Ken Stabler (Raiders); LB Derrick Thomas (Chiefs); CB Roger Wehrli (Cardinals); owner Ralph Wilson Jr.(Bills); GM/administrator George Young (Giants); QB Steve Young (49ers); and OT Gary Zimmerman (Broncos).
Tue, 09 Mar 2004 19:31:12 -0800
NFL.com reports, John Beake, the league's vice president of football operations, has announced his retirement. He will continue to serve as a consultant for NFL Europe. Beake has held the position since 2002, when he replaced the late George Young. Before that he served as the general manager of the Denver Broncos for 14 seasons.
Wed, 14 Jan 2004 13:10:01 -0800
The Associated Press reports former New York Giants general manager George Young has been named a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
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