Chiefs GM Brett Veach to be featured in Thomas Dimitroff’s new TV show

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Former Atlanta Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff has gone Hollywood.

Instead of pursuing a new opportunity in the league, Dimitroff is reported to be producing a new TV show. The concept of the show is simple, Dimitroff interviews current NFL general managers and provides an unfiltered behind-the-scenes look at the job they do. Dimitroff has plenty of insight about the job himself, having spent nearly 13 seasons with the Falcons as their general manager.

On Monday’s guest edition of Football Morning in America (FMIA), guest columnist Michael Holley revealed what Dimitroff is up to, including some of the general managers involved. It sounds like Kansas City Chiefs’ Brett Veach will be among the 15 NFL general managers featured.

Here’s what Holley had to say:

“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.”

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It seems like the location for the interviews will be over some famous cuisine in each general manager’s NFL city. Bills GM Brandon Beane was interviewed at Bar-Bill Tavern. It seems like Ravens GM Eric DeCosta was interviewed at Jimmy’s Seafood. We can only assume that Brett Veach will be interviewed at one of the many famed Kansas City Barbecue joints.

Beyond that, there aren’t many more details known about the show at this time. We don’t know what the show will be called or when it will air. All we know is that this is supposed to provide people with a deeper understanding of what it’s like to be a general manager in the NFL.

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