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Bears Sit Down with Giants College Scouting Director Marc Ross About GM Job

The Bears interviewed Giants college scouting director Marc Ross for their vacant general manager position Wednesday according to Dan Pompei of the Chicago Tribune.

He was the third candidate to be interviewed after Patriots pro personnel director Jason Licht and Chargers personnel director Jimmy Raye. The team also is scheduled to interview Bears personnel director Tim Ruskell on Thursday and Chiefs college scouting director Phil Emery on Friday.

Ross has been with the Giants since 2007, working under general manager Jerry Reese. During Ross’ tenure, the team has used first-round picks on safety Kenny Phillips, wide receiver Hakeem Nicks, defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul and cornerback Prince Amukamara.

Ross is a veteran of three NFL teams even though he’s only 38. At 27. he became the NFL’s youngest scouting director while working for the Eagles, who gave him his first full-time NFL job.

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One Response to “Bears Sit Down with Giants College Scouting Director Marc Ross About GM Job”

  1. Bob says:

    So which GM candidate is the front runner? Who are we as fans rooting for? What will our draft look like under new management? Free agency?

    Are we considering Carimi at LT next year? Wouldn’t that fix some issues?

    Lots of free agents out there. Who u think will help bears? Brent grimes, courtland finnegan? Dwayne bowe, brandon lloyd, v. Jackson, reggie Wayne? Carl nicks, ? Cedric benson, Hightower, Peyton hillis? Cliff avrill, haloti ngata, Robert Mathis? Barrett ruud, Stephen Tulloch? Vince young, Donovan, Jason Campbell?

    I am super excited for this offseason. Lots of free agents to fill holes. I like Barrett ruud, Brent grimes and Dwayne Bowe. All immediate upgrades! Draft safety and/or Wr high. Donovan is done but I would love to have him finish off career as backup in his hometown. Healthy o-line not bad and mad martz is gone so plus won’t take minutes to develop. D-line could use a push still but a high draft pick? I think safety and wr bigger needs.

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