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FOREVER YOUNG? NOT LIKELY, AS GIANTS GM MAY BE ON THE MOVE
Published October 14, 1997
On Sunday, NBC's Will McDonough reported that Giants GM George Young will "step away from the Giants at the end of this year." McDonough added that Young "isn't certain that he wants to retire from football completely," and that he might take a job in the league office in a "senior position" ("NFL on NBC," 10/12). Young "declined comment" yesterday. Young: "George doesn't talk about George." But NEWSDAY's Neil Best adds that should Young step down, Assistant GM Ernie Accorsi "likely will succeed him" (NEWSDAY, 10/13).