Scott Pioli, Mike Tannenbaum join NFL Network

The Star-Ledger-US PRESSWIRE

Former general managers Scott Pioli and Mike Tannenbaum will join the NFL Network for their coverage leading up to the NFL Draft.

The NFL Network has added two recent general managers to their coverage team for the 2013 NFL Draft as Scott Pioli and Mike Tannenbaum will provide analysis in the weeks leading up to the draft. Pioli served as the general manager of the Kansas City Chiefs from 2009-2012 and Tannenbaum as the GM of the Jets from 2006-2012; both men were fired following disappointing 2012 seasons.

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Despite their recent failings, both Pioli and Tannenbaum have a long history evaluating talent in the NFL. Pioli served in the Patriots player personnel department for nine years before taking the job in Kansas City and has worked in NFL front offices since 1992. He has won the NFL Executive of the Year Award from numerous organizations, including most recently in 2010 from both Pro Football Weekly and Sports Illustrated. Tannenbaum had served in the Jets front office since 1997, working his way up to general manager.

Both the Chiefs and Jets experienced significant problems at the quarterback position in 2012, problems many fans blame on the general managers and that contributed to the two men losing their jobs.

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