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Marty Hurney is an American football executive, who is currently the General Manager of the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League (NFL).

Contents

1 Early years 2 Professional football career

2.1 Early career 2.2 Carolina Panthers (first stint) 2.3 Carolina Panthers (second stint)

3 Outside football 4 References 5 External links

Early years[edit] Hurney grew up in Wheaton, Maryland,[1] and attended Good Counsel High School and Catholic University in Washington, D.C. Professional football career[edit] Early career[edit] A journalist by trade, he first began in football in the Washington Redskins public relations department when owner Jack Kent Cooke asked him to join the team.[2] He then served in the front office of the San Diego Chargers as General Manager Bobby Beathard assistant.[3] Carolina Panthers (first stint)[edit] Hurney then joined the Carolina Panthers as the team's Director of Football Administration, before being named the Director of Football Operations the following season. Becoming the Panthers' de facto General manager, alongside Jack Bushofsky. In 2002, Hurney was named the Panthers' General manager, a position he held until 2012, when after the Panthers began the season with a 1–5 record, he was fired on October 22, 2012.[4] Many of the best players on the 2015 Panthers team that won the NFC Championship were drafted by Hurney, including quarterback Cam Newton and linebackers Luke Kuechly, and Thomas Davis. Carolina Panthers (second stint)[edit] In July 2017, after General manager and successor Dave Gettleman was fired by the Panthers, Hurney was re-hired to serve as the teams interim General manager.[5] On February 4, 2018, he was placed on paid administrative leave on the NFL began an investigation into whether he had violated the league's personal conduct policy, when no evidence was found, he was reinstated by the Panthers.[6] On February 21, 2018, he was hired as the Panthers' full-time General manager.[7][8] Outside football[edit] After leaving the Panthers, Hurney continued to work in Charlotte, North Carolina, as a radio personality with fellow host Al Gardner on ESPN 730 radio. Hurney was an owner of the station.[9] References[edit]

^ Carolina Panthers Marty Hurney Jerry Richardson fired nfl - WTOC-TV: Savannah, Beaufort, SC, News, Weather & Sports Retrieved 2014-10-29. ^ Strickland, Bryan. "Carolina Panthers: Marty Hurney". Carolina Panthers. Retrieved 2012-10-22.  ^ "Ex-sportswriter makes headlines as GM". Boston Globe. 2004-01-27. Retrieved 2012-10-22.  ^ "Panthers GM Hurney fired after team's 1-5 start". Yahoo!. Yahoo! Sports. September 30, 2012. Retrieved October 22, 2012.  ^ Reyes, Lorenzo (July 19, 2017). "Carolina Panthers re-hire Marty Hurney as interim GM to replace fired Dave Gettleman". USAToday.com. Retrieved February 21, 2018.  ^ "Marty Hurney reinstated". Panthers.com. February 16, 2018. Retrieved February 21, 2018.  ^ "Carolina Panthers name Marty Hurney as general manager". WSOCTV.com. February 21, 2018. Retrieved February 21, 2018.  ^ Patra, Kevin. "Marty Hurney named Panthers general manager". nfl.com. NFL. Retrieved February 21, 2018.  ^ "Hurney back with Panthers for second GM stint". ESPN.com. Retrieved 2017-07-19. 

External links[edit]

Carolina Panthers bio

Preceded by Bill Polian Carolina Panthers General Manager (de facto as director of player operations) with Jack Bushofsky (as director of pro personnel) 1997–1998 Succeeded by George Seifert

Preceded by George Seifert Carolina Panthers General Manager 2002–2012 Succeeded by David Gettleman

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Current general managers of the National Football League

American Football Conference

AFC East AFC North AFC South AFC West

Brandon Beane (Buffalo Bills) Chris Grier (Miami Dolphins) Bill Belichick* (New England Patriots) Mike Maccagnan (New York Jets)

Ozzie Newsome (Baltimore Ravens) Mike Brown* (Cincinnati Bengals) John Dorsey (Cleveland Browns) Kevin Colbert (Pittsburgh Steelers)

Brian Gaine (Houston Texans) Chris Ballard (Indianapolis Colts) David Caldwell (Jacksonville Jaguars) Jon Robinson (Tennessee Titans)

John Elway (Denver Broncos) Brett Veach (Kansas City Chiefs) Tom Telesco (Los Angeles Chargers) Reggie McKenzie (Oakland Raiders)

National Football Conference

NFC East NFC North NFC South NFC West

Jerry Jones (Dallas Cowboys) Dave Gettleman (New York Giants) Howie Roseman* (Philadelphia Eagles) Bruce Allen* (Washington Redskins)

Ryan Pace (Chicago Bears) Bob Quinn (Detroit Lions) Brian Gutekunst (Green Bay Packers) Rick Spielman (Minnesota Vikings)

Thomas Dimitroff (Atlanta Falcons) Marty Hurney (Carolina Panthers) Mickey Loomis (New Orleans Saints) Jason Licht (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

Steve Keim (Arizona Cardinals) Les Snead (Los Angeles Rams) John Lynch (San Francisco 49ers) John Schneider (Seattle Seahawks)

Asterisk (*) denotes a de facto general manager, performing GM duties either under a different title or in addition to other duties. Italics denote an interim general manager.

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Carolina Panthers general managers

Bill Polian (1994–1997) Dom Capers # (1998) George Seifert # (1999–2001) Marty Hurney (2002–2012) Dave Gettleman (2013–2017) Marty Hurney (2017– )

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