NFL coaches aren?t the only ones who have to worry about their jobs if they don?t win. Their bosses also can find themselves on the hot seat.
The offseason scoreboard doesn?t matter as much as the scoreboard in stadiums during the season, but a general manager?s success usually is measured in offseason moves and how those moves translate to wins and losses.
The Sports Daily identified eight general managers who could feel their seats getting warmer in the coming weeks if they don?t improve their teams in the 2017 NFL Draft next month.
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