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Which NFL Players Would Make the Best GM's?
Ron Chenoy-US PRESSWIRE

An NFL general manager needs to have a proper understanding of the game of football on many levels, and there are a few current players that could do a great job of managing a team. These players must know the game on a global level, and not just from the position they play.

NFL general managers must have the ability to evaluate talent and the patience to allow that talent to develop. They need to be able to look at the strengths and weaknesses on their current roster and bring players in that can immediately offer help. They also need to see the long-term to ensure that their teams will not be lacking down the road.

It should come as no surprise that the players that qualify for this job need to be extremely smart. A few of the dominant quarterbacks playing the game right now could make the list. The players that make the list have to be confident in what they see, and they need to be able to work well with their coaches and scouting staff.

Here are a few current NFL players that could step in and become general managers after they retire from playing football.

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