Giants general manager Dave Gettleman announced several staff changes in Cody Ceci Jersey the team’s front office Wednesday, including adding a new title for assistant general manager Kevin Abrams.
Abrams, a member of the Giants’ organization for the past 16 years will now also serve Grant Hill Jersey as the Giants’ Vice President of football operations.
It is worth noting that the announcement of Abrams’ new title comes weeks after it was revealed that Gettleman is battling lymphoma, so Abrams’ new position could establish him as the general manager-in-waiting whenever the 67-year-old Gettleman decides to step away.
The Giants franchise is built on stability at the top, from George Young to Ernie Accorsi to Jerry Reese to Gettleman (an Accorsi protege).
Beginning this season, each area scout will concentrate on a specific region. In addition to Hanscomb and Cooper, these are the scouts and their areas: D.J. Boisture (west), Jeremy Breit (regional), Steve Devine (Midwest), Donnie Etheridge (southwest), Ryan Jones (northeast), Michael Murphy (west), Steve Verderosa (regional) and Chris Watts (midlands).
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