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Rumors Swirling Around Executives Caserio, Peters, and Aponte

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With Bill Belichick possibly coaching his final game for the Patriots today, the team could soon have vacancies for head coach and general manager (Belichick has acted as New England’s de facto GM throughout his tenure). According to Jason La Canfora of the Washington Post, Texans GM Nick Caserio, who spent 20 years in the Pats’ personnel department before taking the Houston job, could be open to returning to Foxborough. However, Dianna Russini of The Athletic (subscription required) reports that Caserio does not want to leave the Texans.

Russini notes that Caserio, who orchestrated a successful return from the Browns in the 2022 Deshaun Watson trade and appears to have made a great choice in drafting quarterback C.J. Stroud and hiring head coach DeMeco Ryans last year, has set the stage for long-term success in Houston and wants to see it through. It seems unlikely that Caserio would leave a young and talented HC-QB duo for the uncertainty that may be waiting for him in New England.

Here are several other rumors related to league executives:

  • 49ers assistant GM Adam Peters is once again expected to be a top name in the upcoming hiring cycle, as Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com writes in a subscribers-only article. It has been rumored for some time that Peters is the likely successor to current San Francisco GM John Lynch.
  • Similarly, Falcons assistant GM Kyle Smith has been seen as a future GM, and according to Albert Breer of SI.com, Atlanta GM Terry Fontenot promoted Smith to his current role this year in part to deter other teams from attempting to hire him.
  • The Commanders may want to hire a president of football operations to oversee their head coach and general manager, and Nicki Jhabvala of the Washington Post reports that Dawn Aponte‘s name has come up in connection with that role.
  • In another subscribers-only article, Fowler and Dan Graziano of ESPN.com put together a list of other top candidates for GM jobs, including Bears assistant GM Ian Cunningham, Ravens director of player personnel Joe Hortiz, and Browns assistant GM Catherine Raiche.

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