While some franchises have tried giving one person total control as head coach and GM, most teams maintain the traditional structure. Floyd Reese identifies the essentials that keep this relationship working.
Our GM Floyd Reese takes a look at five ways teams addressed their needs in the 2008 draft.
What's the best way to evaluate a wide receiver? Floyd Reese looks at five questions teams must ask themselves before they sign or draft a receiver.
The life of a college scout is far from glamorous. Floyd Reese looks at five issues that make the job increasingly difficult.
Since taking over the Cleveland Browns franchise, Phil Savage has shown expertise that could bring Cleveland back to the NFL's top-tier teams, writes former GM Floyd Reese.
The best personnel developers in the NFL aren't all-knowing "gurus," but instead run great support staffs, former Titans GM Floyd Reese writes. Still, some executives are in an elite class.
Former NFL GM Floyd Reese identifies 10 players who improved their draft stock with outstanding combine workouts.
With the scouting combine approaching, Floyd Reese breaks down the most important intangibles that teams will try to evaluate.
When your NFL season is shot, what factors have the most impact on how a team addresses the future? Former GM Floyd Reese breaks it down.
Even with all the preparation, several factors still can lead to major mistakes in the draft, writes Floyd Reese.
On Sunday in London, the Dolphins and Giants play the NFL's second "foreign" regular-season game. Here's a former GM's plan for preparing a whole organization for a big trip.
What do you do if you decide to or you're forced to change quarterbacks? Here's Floyd Reese's plan.
To build a successful special-teams unit, it is important to follow certain important rules, writes Floyd Reese.
A general manager is confronted with a number of difficult decisions when assembling a roster, writes Floyd Reese.
NFL teams have a number of goals they want to achieve in the weeks prior to the start of the regular season, writes Floyd Reese.
While flying to Canton to watch the class of 2007 be inducted into the Hall of Fame, Floyd Reese remembers just what made Bruce Matthews a Hall of Famer.