Found January 18, 2013 on Steelers Depot:
Albert Breer of NFL.com reported Thursday evening via Twitter that the New York Jets have offered their general manager job to Seattle Seahawks vice president of football operations, John Idzik. The potential hiring of Idzik means the Jets have decided to pass on Pittsburgh Steelers director of football operations and business administrations Omar Khan, who also interviewed for the position. Since coming to the Steelers in 2001, Khan has become a huge asset to the team because of his abilities to navigate the salary cap landscape and negotiate contracts. The Steelers will once again need Read more [...]
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