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NFL: Bills’ Joe Schoen interviews for Giants’ GM opening

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Buffalo Bills assistant general manager Joe Schoen became the first to interview for the New York Giants’ general manager vacancy on Wednesday.

Schoen spoke by videoconference with team president John Mara, chairman Steve Tisch and senior vice president of player personnel Chris Mara.

The Giants said that initial interviews with candidates to replace Dave Gettleman, who announced his retirement Monday, will be conducted remotely.

Schoen has 20 years of scouting and executive experience in the NFL, including the last five with the Bills. Before joining Buffalo in 2017 he spent most of the previous decade with the Miami Dolphins, including four years as the director of player personnel.

Schoen, 42, also worked with the Carolina Panthers (2001-07) under current Bills general manager Brandon Beane.

The Giants fired head coach Joe Judge on Tuesday after two seasons, including a 4-13 finish in 2021.

–Field Level Media

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