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Ibar_Harry
05-31-2006, 10:36 AM
We have had Smith and now McKenzie on the Multimedia, but not Mueller so far. Smith is not at a loss for words and McKenize is not nearly as articulate. McKenize is a quiet confident soft sopken person. Smith rubbed me the wrong way as they say and I have no idea of what Mueller is like as of now. So far if I had to choose some one it would be McKenize, but I'm not happy with anyone so far.

Hate to say it folks none of these guys are Casserly and I mean that in the best of ways. His knowledge of the league, players and coaches is something acquired over many, many years. Casserly is arrogant, but he is articulate. His biggest asset though is he listens and gets who his coaches want. He has input, says what he believes, but he simply generally does not over rule his coaching staff and that is important. What a lot of you think were Casserly faults were events beyond his control. That is water over the dam and its time unfortunately to move on.

The new GM will find it harder than before and will actually have little power. In fact McNair has stated he's looking for a talent evaluator more than a GM. That should give you a clue of what I'm talking about.

Vinny
05-31-2006, 02:01 PM
I think aj has been talking about the restructuring of the GM position for a while, so I think this GM thing is headed to who do they think is the best leader/decision maker for their Scouting department. Mueller is supposed to have a good eye for talent and gets his coaches what they ask for. Haslett wanted speed, the Del Rio wanted thugs....he got them what they asked for. /slight sarcasm

Ibar_Harry
05-31-2006, 07:17 PM
I think aj has been talking about the restructuring of the GM position for a while, so I think this GM thing is headed to who do they think is the best leader/decision maker for their Scouting department. Mueller is supposed to have a good eye for talent and gets his coaches what they ask for. Haslett wanted speed, the Del Rio wanted thugs....he got them what they asked for. /slight sarcasm

Sounds like what Casserly did doesn't it. Get what the coaches want. Mueller seemed a little bit more at ease than McKinzie. I would lean towards Mueller if he is like Casserly as far as coaches input is concerned. I would be happy with McKenzie to. Smith would be no 3 on my list.

cuppacoffee
05-31-2006, 07:35 PM
"There's a theory making the rounds in league circles that Packers director of pro personnel Reggie McKenzie's stellar interview for the Texans' job might have been aided by former Green Bay colleague Mike Sherman briefing him on the questions that were going to be asked, and regarding the manner in which those same questions had been answered by Broncos assistant G.M. Rick Smith."


I wonder if there is any truth to this rumor?..:stirpot:


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