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    Ravens promote DeCosta to assistant GM



    Firmly entrenched as Ozzie's successor.

    http://espn.go.com/blog/afcnorth/pos...o-assistant-gm
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    Re: Ravens promote DeCosta to assistant GM

    Congratilations DeCosta!! Hope to keep him after and if Ozzie decides to leave. Best FO in the league!!!




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    Re: Ravens promote DeCosta to assistant GM

    We Ravens fans are very fortunate to have these two men, along with other scouts and FO personnel etc., in Baltimore. Keep in mind that Ozzie, although many think he's near retirement or leaving for the college (Alabama) game, was only 56 in March. DeCosta is 41, so we have two great minds tending to the team that we love. Enjoy these years Ravens fans because we will look back on them as a great era in Ravens history... Bc




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    Re: Ravens promote DeCosta to assistant GM

    Our FO continues to do a fantastic job of running this organization, and I am fully confident that DeCosta will do a good job whenver Ozzie decides to retire. I just hope we can get 1 or 2 SB's in the new decade.




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    Re: Ravens promote DeCosta to assistant GM

    I love Eric DeCosta but I wouldn't mind if he kept that 'assistant' title for another decade. Ozzie is still Ozzie and it will be a sad day when he does decide to leave.
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    Re: Ravens promote DeCosta to assistant GM

    Lmao what does this even mean?

    Still happy for the guy, i dont think he gets enough credit with our drafting success.

    We will find out just how integral he is to the FO when Ozzie is done.
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    Change in title usually means more cash.

    Wonder if Ozzie is thinking about retirement and this is the preparation.

    In any event, good news for sure.
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    Re: Ravens promote DeCosta to assistant GM

    hes already got the cash,.. we extended him and gave him more money a while back when the raiders wanted him. Biscotti said it will "keep him off the market" for a while, so i was expecting a title change soon, even though he wont be doing anything diff
    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    Change in title usually means more cash.

    Wonder if Ozzie is thinking about retirement and this is the preparation.

    In any event, good news for sure.




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    Re: Ravens promote DeCosta to assistant GM

    This is more of a formality, as he already got the $$$ with his new contract.




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    Re: Ravens promote DeCosta to assistant GM

    Quote Originally Posted by BleedPurple92 View Post
    Lmao what does this even mean?

    Still happy for the guy, i dont think he gets enough credit with our drafting success.

    We will find out just how integral he is to the FO when Ozzie is done.
    True. The best example of that is Jerry Reese with the Giants. The Giants kept him around for almost 15 years before promoting him to GM. Ernie Accorsi finally retired in 2007 and we got to see what Reese was able to do on his own. 2 Super Bowl wins later I'd say he's been pretty damn good.
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