Rosenbloom Needs to Shake Up Front Office

From: St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Until owner Chip Rosenbloom does what he’s vowed to do — dramatically shake up the executive level at Rams Park — the franchise will remain in the sewer. If Rosenbloom wants to change the environment and the culture and the approach and the leadership at Rams Park, he needs to go all the way with it. With a 5-25 record over the last two years, no one at Rams Park gets a free pass. The new exec, VP of personnel Billy Devaney, deserves to stay on, and with a prominent voice. And while Billy D’s first draft seems promising, does that mean you hand him the keys to the franchise? Wasn’t Devaney the guy who gave $36 million to free-agent guard Jacob Bell?


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2 Responses to “Rosenbloom Needs to Shake Up Front Office”

  1. Jeff Roman says:

    Billy Devaney was only the Director of Pro Personnel before the season. One would think that he would had SOME say on the Jacob Bell signing, but he was not the GM. Jay Zygmunt was the GM at that point, so its hard to place the blame on only one person.

  2. Collin Geninatti says:

    Here is suggestion on draft picks. Bring back the greatest show on turf. Make iy a Texas Tech themed draft. Take Crabtree in the first round if he declares and Harrell in the 2nd round. He will fall to the second round because there are fears he is a system quarterback, but we would be solving that problem by bringing his biggest asset with him. We don’t need to make another mistake by drafting another OL. We need to get vets for those positions by using no longer producing players (Holt and Bulger while they still have some stock). Its just an idea. At least it would make for something exciting for those of us who have gone to all of these boring games over the past few years.

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