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Texans add Jimmy Raye III to front office

One of the post-draft changes to the Colts front office was the departure of their vice president of football operations Jimmy Raye III, but Raye didn’t have to wait long to find another job.

He didn’t have to leave the AFC South either. The Texans announced that Raye has been hired as vice president of player personnel/assistant general manager. Raye spent 17 years with the Chargers, working his way up to director of player personnel before moving on to the Colts.

The Texans parted ways with director of player personnel Brian Gaine earlier this month when, after granting him permission to interview, he was hired as the V.P. of player personnel with the Bills.

The Texans also announced a series of promotions. Rob Kisiel is now the director of pro personnel, Mike Martin is the assistant director of college scouting, Frantzy Jourdain is a national scout and Brad Matthews will serve as an area scout.

[Photo via Colts.com]

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8 Responses to “Texans add Jimmy Raye III to front office”
  1. ricko1112 says: May 18, 2017 8:06 PM

    Who wants to know? Who wants to know?

  2. dlw492 says: May 18, 2017 8:07 PM

    The Colts will lose 8-9 games this year, and Pagano will be finally fired

  3. tonebones says: May 18, 2017 9:01 PM

    This is a great hire. Houston needs to get over the 9-7 hump. They’re having problems evaluating QBs. Jimmy Raye is a good old fashion talent evaluator. He’s exactly what the Texans need.

  4. dylannelson7575 says: May 18, 2017 9:50 PM

    Terrible hire. Raye was a big part of the demolition of the Colts’ roster along with Grigson.

  5. burtmustin says: May 19, 2017 12:03 AM

    Subtraction by addition.

  6. stipez says: May 19, 2017 1:08 AM

    He’s got the name.

    You must have either 3 names or be a 2nd, 3rd etc. if you wanna run the Texans.

  7. getakluwe says: May 19, 2017 3:18 AM

    The NFL is like our current White House…nepotism central and it’s also on the way to imploding with idiotic leadership.

  8. Hersh says: May 19, 2017 4:04 AM

    Kaepernick as a short-term option for two seasons would have made sense to a team that needs a QB with skills and experience, which Kaepernick has. His numbers are better than people realize.

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