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Power Ranking the NFL General Managers by 2014 Offseason Performance
Ted S. Warren/Associated Press
John Schneider and the Seattle Seahawks were kings of the 2013 NFL season. But how has he done so far in 2014?

It’s amazing just how time flies.

We are less than two months away from the start of NFL training camps as well as the Hall of Fame Game, hence the start of the 2014 preseason.

So which of the 32 teams are ready and which are not?

That’s a pretty general question. And in this forum, we will answer it by ranking the work of the teams' 32 general managers, give or take one or two official titles.

Are we listing the best builders of teams in terms of their career work? Not here. Please keep in mind that we are rating these executives strictly based on their work in 2014. We will look at how they fared both during free agency (signing, re-signing and losing players) as well as the NFL draft.

No one said this would be easy. But it pales in comparison to the work that this group of individuals must do on nearly a daily basis.

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