The Giants are continuing their interview process to zero in on their potential next general manager, and they interviewed a fourth candidate on Thursday afternoon.
New York announced that it had completed an interview with Chiefs executive director of player personnel Ryan Poles, a 36-year-old completing his first season in his current role with Kansas City. He has been with the Chiefs for 13 years, working in roles as a player personnel assistant, a college scouting administrator, director of college scouting and assistant director of player personnel, the latter of which he took on in 2018 before being promoted to his current position prior to this season.
Poles is a New York native who played offensive line at Boston College, protecting Matt Ryan. He signed with the Bears as an undrafted free agent in 2008, but was back at BC later that year as a recruiting assistant.
Poles joins Cardinals vice president of player personnel Quentin Harris, Arizona vice president of pro personnel Adrian Wilson and Bills assistant general manager Joe Schoen as candidates that have completed interviews with the Giants this week.
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