Numbers don't add up for GMs
Even in salary-cap era, 'football men' are favored over financial experts
Virtually every personnel move in the NFL includes an economic component of some sort. But even as the salary cap commands such a prominent role in player movement, the league still values defensive backs ahead of greenbacks in some ways.
At least when it comes to general managers.
Unlike in Major League Baseball -- in which more than one-quarter of the game's current general managers possess a background specializing in finances, computer science or even public relations -- the ...
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