Brandon Beane could be among NFL GMs to appear on ‘unfiltered TV show’

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Connecting a few dots, it appears that Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane is going to be someone that’s interviewed for an upcoming television show that’s said to be a telling one.

Dot No. 1: Michael Holley, a writer who was a guest columnist for NBC Sports‘ weekly Football Morning in America which is traditionally run by Peter King (who is just taking some time off), highlighted something interesting this week.

Thomas Dimitroff, former general manager of the Atlanta Falcons, is not taking his talents to another front office in the NFL. Not right away, at least.

According to FMIA, Dimitroff is producing a television feature on NFL GMs.

Here’s how FMIA explains:

3. I think Thomas Dimitroff is on to something big. The former Falcons general manager has now interviewed 15 GMs for an unfiltered TV show that he’s producing. The idea is to show aspects of the job—and the personalities behind it—that often go unseen/unexplained. Among the 15: Howie Roseman, Jason Licht, Mickey Loomis, and Brett Veach.

While Beane does not list, he is likely involved. That brings up to dot No. 2.

Bar Bill Tavern’s social media account via Instagram, Beane was being interviewed there by Dimitroff in June:

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Connecting the dots, Beane will be featured, which could be pretty cool.

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