December 30, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers outside linebacker Melvin Ingram (54) reacts after a stop during the third quarter against the Oakland Raiders at Qualcomm Stadium. The Chargers won 24-21. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Poll: Who Do You Want The Chargers To Hire at GM?


We know the candidates and we know what organizations they are from. We won’t know what they will do until they actually get the power to make the moves. Which one of these guys do you want to be making the personnel decisions for the Chargers?

Who do you want to be the new Chargers General Manager?

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  • http://powellbailbonds.weebly.com/ big chief

    Romeo Crennel is available.

    • http://boltbeat.com/ Ernie Padaon

      No thank you. I wish you all kept Pioli around also!

      Ernie Padaon

      • http://powellbailbonds.weebly.com/ big chief

        Lol, I bet you do.

  • arnie

    i don’t have any big ideas on “who” they should hire, but rather “when” they should have started the process earlier. it was reported that Dean admited the process of looking for a new GM, had been “ongoing” for a few weeks, prior to the the official firing of AJ. At that point why wait? See, not firing AJ sooner has delayed the process, of letting the new Gm being involved in the coaching search. As stated here, Aj was not needed to call the plays. many other teams fired their GM’s long before the season ended. Why? they did not want to miss out on the good coaching candidates.

    interviewing a guy like Arians is getting further an further away, and could end up being forced to pick over what is left. Unfortunately they don’t even have guy like Bisaccia to interview, because Dean closed the door on that option. I know Rich may not have been the favorite in some circles, but i stand by what i see. Rich took a bunch of bargain basement players, and turned the special team around, into.. well… something special. i can only imagine what he could’ve done withe the “entire team”. but i digress this is about GM’s….

    Note, GM’s do not coach the players, or call the plays. Dean has made this blunder twice. the second was siding with AJ over Marty, the first? is when spanos sided with Bethard, over Ross.

  • arnie

    the four potentials, 2-5, are worthy in my book, simply because they all have some thing in common. their work has yielded “winning” teams, that are in the playoffs.