By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The WFT chose to hire Mayhew over former Carolina Panthers GM Marty Hurney. There was a report that Hurney was close to an agreement with WFT by NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport as their GM.
However, Hurney was also hired by the team. His role has not been announced at this time.
Both Mayhew and Hurney will work with head coach Ron Rivera to make the calls in the front office, according to Rapoport. Before Rivera come to the team, the team had a ‘confused command structure’ under Bruce Allen and owner Daniel Snyder.
Hurney and Rivera previously worked together with the Panthers.
The 55-year-old Mayhew spent four seasons with the 49ers before coming to WFT. He was previously the Detroit Lions GM from 2008 through 2015.
The former NFL player has been working in the league since 2001. Before being hired by the Lions, he spent two seasons as the XFL’s Director of Football Administration.
The 65-year-old Hurney returns to the Washington organization. He worked for the team in their public relations department in 1988 and 1989.
Then, he was employed by the San Diego Chargers as their Assistant GM from 1990 through 1997. He then was employed by the Panthers as their Director of Football Administration in 1998.
Hurney also worked as their Director of Player Operations from 1999 through 2001. He then served as their GM twice (2002-2012, then 2017-2020).
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