Chargers conclude interview with Terrance Gray for general manager opening

The Chargers on Tuesday confirmed they have interviewed Terrance Gray for their general manager position.

Gray is in his second season as the Bills’ director of player personnel. He started with Buffalo in 2017 as the college scouting director. He worked up to being named the assistant director of player personnel in 2020 before being promoted to his current role.

Gray attended the NFL’s first Accelerator Program, which aims to promote diversity in decision-making roles throughout the NFL.

Before joining Buffalo, Gray spent 11 seasons as a college scout for the Vikings.

His time in the professional ranks started with the Chiefs back in 2003, when he worked in player development and player personnel before he became an area scout in 2005.

Gray was a cornerback on Oregon State’s 2000 Fiesta Bowl champs that finished ranked fourth.

Story originally appeared on Chargers Wire