Giants interview Joe Hortiz for G.M. opening

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The Giants have completed another interview in their search for a new General Manager.

The team announced that they met with Ravens director of player personnel Joe Hortiz. Like all the interviews at this stage in the search, it was done remotely with co-owners John Mara and Steve Tisch and senior vice president of player personnel Chris Mara.

Hortiz is in his third year in his current role and spent the previous 10 seasons as Baltimore’s director of college scouting.

The Giants have already interviewed Titans vice president of player personnel Ryan Cowden and director of player personnel Monti Ossenfort, Cardinals vice president of pro personnel Adrian Wilson and vice president of player personnel Quentin Harris, Bills assistant G.M. Joe Schoen, and Chiefs executive director of player personnel Ryan Poles. 49ers assistant G.M. Adam Peters and director of pro personnel Ran Carthon are also expected to interview with the team.

5 responses to “Giants interview Joe Hortiz for G.M. opening

  1. I know I shouldn’t be cautiously optimistic, but casting a wide net and looking at up and comers instead of another retread with vague connections to the franchise…could they actually get this right?

  2. They already know who they are gonna choose. All these “interviews” are just smoke. They hope to fool people. The only ones that are fooled are the little people.

  3. helicopterpilot13 says:
    January 15, 2022 at 1:53 pm

    They already know who they are gonna choose. All these “interviews” are just smoke. They hope to fool people. The only ones that are fooled are the little people
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    I guess you missed the past zillion drafts. They’ve been telegraphing picks forever. Of course the year it seemed they wanted Shaun Alexander (WE WANTED HIM), the pick was Ron Dayne. So yeah, they basically fool themselves on occasion.

  4. As long as the Mara kids and cousins are in thr building it doesn’t matter, just like Jacksonville. They will keep the failing culture going and the GM and coach will fail again. Systemic issues need to be addressed first. They don’t know what they don’t know so they have failed for so long just putting on new band-aids.

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