List of Current NFL General Managers

    Here's a list of all the current NFL general managers in charge of constructing their teams' rosters and handling other business throughout the year.

    NFL general managers are in charge of a lot more than most people know. From drafting the next superstars, signing players in free agency, and managing the salary cap, general managers have a lot on their plates for 12 months of the year. And that’s just the beginning of it — they also manage other parts of the organization as it relates to football operations.

    Here’s the current list of all the NFL general managers across the league.

    Current NFL General Managers in 2023

    • Arizona Cardinals | Monti Ossenfort
    • Atlanta Falcons | Terry Fontenot
    • Baltimore Ravens | Eric DeCosta
    • Buffalo Bills | Brandon Beane
    • Carolina Panthers | Scott Fitterer
    • Chicago Bears | Ryan Poles
    • Cincinnati Bengals | Duke Tobin
    • Cleveland Browns | Andrew Berry
    • Dallas Cowboys | Jerry Jones
    • Denver Broncos | George Paton
    • Detroit Lions | Brad Holmes
    • Green Bay Packers | Brian Gutekunst
    • Houston Texans | Nick Caserio
    • Indianapolis Colts | Chris Ballard
    • Jacksonville Jaguars | Trent Baalke
    • Kansas City Chiefs | Brett Veach
    • Las Vegas Raiders | Champ Kelly (Interim)
    • Los Angeles Chargers | Tom Telesco
    • Los Angeles Rams | Les Snead
    • Minnesota Vikings | Kwesi Adofo-Mensah
    • Miami Dolphins | Chris Grier
    • New England Patriots | Bill Belichick
    • New Orleans Saints | Mickey Loomis
    • New York Giants | Joe Schoen
    • New York Jets | Joe Douglas
    • Pittsburgh Steelers | Omar Khan
    • Philadelphia Eagles | Howie Roseman
    • San Francisco 49ers | John Lynch
    • Seattle Seahawks | John Schneider
    • Tampa Bay Buccaneers | Jason Licht
    • Tennessee Titans | Ran Carthon
    • Washington Commanders | Martin Mayhew

    General Managers Fired in 2023

    The first general manager fired in 2023 was Las Vegas Raiders’ GM Dave Ziegler. The Raiders released the following statement when Ziegler was let go.

    “After much thought about what the Raiders need to move forward, I have decided to part ways with Josh and Dave,” owner Mark Davis said in a statement. “I want to thank them both for their hard work and wish them and their families nothing but the best.”

    Ziegler, hired in January 2022, barely lasted two seasons in his position. After bringing in Josh McDaniels as his head coach, and a number of other Patriot alumni throughout the team, the organization felt like a change was necessary after starting 3-5 on the year. At the time of Ziegler’s firing, the Raiders had the No. 31 total offense in the NFL, were No. 32 in rushing yards per game (70), and ranked No. 30 in points per game (15.8).

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