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Chargers appoint Hortice as new GM fast168

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Chargers appoint Hortice as new GM fast168
Chargers appoint Hortice as new GM fast168

fast168 Joe Hortice, director of player personnel for the Baltimore Ravens, has been hired as the new general manager of the Los Angeles Chargers.

Los Angeles Chargers President of Football Operations John Spanos has confirmed the appointment of Baltimore Ravens Director of Player Joe Hortice as the new general manager. with 60-year-old head coach Jim Harbaugh, according to a report from NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport fast168

‘Joe is one of the most respected player evaluators and personnel minds in the league, and his contributions to the Ravens’ front office over the past two decades cannot be overstated.’ Panos spoke about the appointment of Hortiz as the new general manager.

‘When you look at his football IQ. looking for talent Ability to think both short-term and long-term as it relates to roster construction. Organizing a thorough system and the ability to be creative within the scope of our collective bargaining agreement.’ ( fast168 )

‘It’s hard not to be excited about the future. Considering his experience working with two of the best in the business, Ozzy Newsom and Eric DeCosta, and the consistency of their team’s results, There is no doubt that Joe is the right person to help Coach Harbaugh and his staff build a team that will make Chargers fans proud.’ 

Hortice, 48, has spent the past 26 years with the Ravens, working his way up from a low-level scout position to his current position since 2019. Hortice also received a hands-on education in account creation. A championship-caliber roster under former general manager Ozzie Newsom and his successor, current Baltimore GM DeCosta, who built a Super Bowl-winning workforce. 2 times (2000 and 2012) and 7 times AFC North Champion since 2003 

The Chargers’ new general manager will overhaul the Lightning’s roster, which already has outstanding talent like quarterback Justin Herbert and safety Dervin James. , tackle Rashawn Slater and outside wings Keenan Allen and Mike Williams.