Seahawks Brand Still Has Room To Grow Phillies Shake Up Front Office Hornets To Raise Season-Ticket Prices D-Backs' Payroll High For Team, Low For MLB Will Deflategate Impact Kraft-Goodell Relationship? Benson Remains Heavily Involved With Teams Koonin Won't Put Timetable On Hawks Sale White Sox Need To Capture Casual Fans Orioles Freeze Ticket Prices For This Season Tigers Rebrand Lower-Deck Seats At Comerica
Upcoming Conferences and Events
SBD/May 8, 2012/Franchises
With One Year Left On Contract, Broncos GM Xanders Agree To Part Ways With Team
Published May 8, 2012
WANT MORE GREAT STORIES LIKE THIS?
CLICK ON ONE OF THESE BUTTONS
SHOWED ELWAY THE ROPES: The AP's Arnie Stapleton wrote that while Fox was leading the team’s on-field turnaround, it was Xanders “who helped show Elway the ropes of an NFL front office job last year, guiding him through the administrative procedures and policies.” There “will be no numerical replacement for Xanders; nobody else will get the GM title” (AP, 5/7). ESPN.com’s Bill Williamson writes, “I think the move was made because Elway is comfortable in his role.” In the past year it “became clear the Broncos were top heavy." Elway and Fox have a "terrific working relationship and there is a great comfort level between the two." There "just wasn’t enough for Xanders to do.” This decision is “another sign that the Broncos are Elway’s team” (ESPN.com, 5/8).