Kevin Abrams, currently serving as interim general manager for the New York Giants, Friday became the fourth person to interview for the full-time position.
Abrams, Marc Ross and Dave Gettleman all have long-time ties to the Giants organization. Louis Riddick, currently an NFL analyst for ESPN, is the only candidate interviewed thus far who has not worked for the Giants.
Abrams, 43, has been with the Giants since 1999, when he was hired as the team’s salary cap analyst. He has been assistant general manager for the past 16 seasons. Abrams has been the guy making sure the Giants structured contracts to comply with the salary cap. Abrams got an interview for the Giants’ GM job when it went to Reese in 2007, and interviewed for the GM job with the Detroit Lions a year ago.
If the Giants want to hire a general manager before the 2017 regular ends, Abrams could wind up being the final candidate interviewed.