In early July, the New York Giants silently modified Chris Mara’s title from “senior vice president of player personnel” to “senior personnel consultant.” He was additionally faraway from the player personnel section of the team’s website.
Mara was as a substitute listed below the staff’s “ownership” part under John Mara, Steve Tisch and Jonathan Tisch. Tim McDonnell, the staff’s director of player personnel, then topped the “player personnel” part.
Although the “player personnel” part stays the identical as the staff opens coaching camp, Mara’s title has once more modified in silence.
No longer is Mara a “senior personnel consultant.” Instead, his latest title is “senior player personnel executive, whereas his bio stays unaltered.
Chris Mara joined the Giants as Vice President of Player Evaluation on July 29, 2003. He was promoted to Senior Vice President of Player Personnel in 2011.
This is Mara’s second tour of responsibility with the franchise. He joined the Giants’ workers previous to the 1979 season and over the subsequent 14 years Mara was a member of the membership’s player personnel division. Mara was a scout throughout the franchise’s first two Super Bowl Championship seasons in 1986 and 1990.
The “senior player personnel executive” title is held by just one different member of an NFL entrance workplace — Vince Newsome of the Baltimore Ravens. And he occurs to fall below the staff’s “player personnel” division.
Make of this modification what you’ll.