My Blog

Insider Shares Surprising Update On Patriots’ GM Search

A New England Patriots helmet during the first half of the game between the New England Patriots and the Buffalo Bills at Gillette Stadium on December 24, 2017 in Foxboro, Massachusetts.
(Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)


The next era of New England Patriots football arrived earlier than expected after the 2023 NFL season cost former head coach Bill Belichick his job.

Belichick struggled to keep the Patriots competitive after Tom Brady left the franchise and owner Robert Kraft decided it was time to part ways with the future Hall of Famer.

Belichick held a lot of power within the organization as he also served as the team’s general manager.

Although New England quickly elevated linebackers coach Jerod Mayo to become the new head coach, they have yet to interview anyone for their vacant general manager job.

In fact, it looks like the Patriots will leave that position open for the 2024 season, via Jonathan Jones of CBS.

“The Patriots don’t actually have to run a search for GM as long as they never actually name someone to that post,” Jones said. “Sources leaguewide are dubious New England will actually run a search this year.”

Kraft explained that the franchise has a lot of internal personnel that they’ll lean on for the upcoming season and that decisions will be more of a collaborative effort.

Director of Player Personnel Eliot Wolf will lead decision making for the time being, though there are no indications that a formal title change is coming.

It’s an interesting approach for the organization as it almost seems like an overcorrection for having Belichick run the personnel side for so long.

It remains to be seen if this path will work, but New England is sticking to its philosophies and it’ll be interesting to see if it pays off.

Robert Kraft Makes His Thoughts Clear About Jerod Mayo



Related posts

England Women: Sarina Wiegman’s Lionesses’ to play Austria and Italy in friendlies in February | Football News


Is Drawing A Hobby? (Explained)


World Championships: Laura Muir wins 1500m bronze but Katarina Johnson-Thompson unable to defend heptathlon crown | Athletics News


Leave a Comment