Ravens), Don Gregory (Panthers), Brian Gutekunst (Packers), Will McClay (Cowboys), George Paton (Vikings), Jimmy Raye III (Texans), Eliot Wolf (Packers), Doug Williams (Redskins), Scott Pioli (Falcons) and Martin Mayhew (49ers
fired general manager Ryan Grigson last week, it seemed almost immediately as if the person to replace him would be Jimmy Raye III . Six days later, that isn't so certain. NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported Friday that it's Chris Ballard
the Colts out replays general manager Ryan gratin and interviewed six different candidates including in house candidate Jimmy Raye . So it was originally thought to be the favorite and happy. Backing of chuck O'Donnell. But Ballard came in after
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reports on the candidates for general manager of the Indianapolis Colts.
indicated that vice president of football operations Jimmy Raye III "is going to be working with Coach Pagano ..... Chargers . The son of long-time NFL assistant coach Jimmy Raye II, Raye is viewed as a strong in-house candidate
to watch during Indy's upcoming GM search is already in the building. Colts vice president of football operations Jimmy Raye III earned an interview with the Niners two weeks ago and has worked alongside Grigson since 2013. Raye also interviewed
forward. I've met with. Coach McConnell. We are going to. Be preparing to go to the Senior Bowl. Monday evening. Jimmy Raye is going to be working. With coach but gone and out Jimmy will interviewed for the general manager job. We will. Have
Arizona Cardinals vice president of personnel Terry McDonough. Indianapolis Colts vice president of football operations Jimmy Raye III and Carolina Panthers assistant general manager Brandon Beane. Follow Michael Silver on Twitter @mikesilver .
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behind the scenes. But with Dallas' success and focus on film rather than limelight, he's gained deserved praise. Jimmy Raye III, Colts: From football bloodlines, Raye's experience in San Diego was purely scouting. In Indy, he's done