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Passed over for Chargers GM job, Brandon Brown will remain with Giants

New York Giants assistant general manager Brandon Brown is a rising executive and will someday hold the post of GM but that won’t come in 2024.

After two interviews with the Los Angeles Chargers for their vacant general manager role, Brown was passed over in favor of Baltimore Ravens’ director of player personnel Joe Hortiz.

Los Angeles’ decision comes less than a week after the Carolina Panthers also passed on Brown, instead hiring former NFL linebacker Dan Morgan as their president of football operations/general manager.

The other two GM vacancies during this cycle — Washington Commanders and Las Vegas Raiders — have also been filled. Brown did not receive any public interest from those two teams.

With all GM jobs now accounted for, Brown will return to the Giants in 2024 alongside general manager Joe Schoen.

Before joining the Giants, the 35-year-old Brown worked in the Eagles’ front office since 2017 in various roles.

Story originally appeared on Giants Wire