The New York Giants were expected to begin interviewing candidates for their vacant general manager job this week, and they have now done so. The team announced Monday afternoon that Vice President of Player Evaluation Marc Ross was interviewed on Monday.
Ross, 44, has been with the Giants since 2007. He was the organization’s director of college scouting for six seasons before being promoted to his current position. Ross spent three years with the Buffalo Bills as a scout prior to joining the Giants.
In recent years, Ross has been one of the most-often interviewed candidates by teams searching for new GMs. Ross has had at least 10 interviews for GM jobs since 2010. He has never been offered one of those positions.
The Giants are reportedly expected to interview current interim GM Kevin Abrams and former Giants personnel man and Carolina Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman in the coming days.
The Giants can’t interview candidates currently working for other teams until at least the end of the regular season.