Martin Mayhew Hired as Giants’ Director of Football Operations, Special Projects

February 11, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

On Thursday morning, the New York Giants announced that they hired Martin Mayhew to be their director of football operations/special projects, per Michael Eisen of the team's official website.
Mayhew most recently spent eight seasons with the Detroit Lions as their general manager from 2008-15.
The 50-year-old was fired in November alongside Lions team president Tom Lewand after they started the season 1-7. He had previously interviewed with the Tennessee Titans during the offseason for the role of general manager, according to the Tennessean's Jason Wolf. 
Per Eisen, Mayhew will work with assistant general manager Kevin Abrams on aspects such as player contract negotiations, salary cap issues and CBA compliance along with special assignments from general manager Jerry Reese. 
The Giants were in search of a new member of their front office after Matt Harriss joined the Lions as their vice president of football administration, accor...

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