"Mike helped to execute the strategic vision of the organization during the last four seasons and especially the last few months", Jets chairman Christopher Johnson said in a statement. "However, I came to the decision to make a change after much thought and careful assessment of what would be in the best long-term interests of the New York Jets". In the interim, Coach Gase will be the acting General Manager.
NY made the borderline shocking announcement Tuesday that it fired general manager Mike Maccagnan as well as VP of player personnel Brian Heimerdinger. On Wednesday, the Jets fired Maccagnan and Vice President of Player Personnel Brian Heimerdinger.
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The New York Jets are shaking things up in the front office and it'll likely have an impact on things in Philadelphia.
When Maccagnan hired Gase in January, most people in the National Football League knew Gase was not going to sit idly by - like former Jets head coach Todd Bowles often did - and watch Maccagnan and Heimerdinger try to fix what they had inadequately built over the last four years. I don't know who decides that and gets to put that stuff out there, it kind of pisses me off a little bit because we have discussions on everything and that's our job. He was fully involved in the coaching search and hiring Gase to replace Bowles. "In fact, he made it clear that he didn't want to spend a lot of money on any running back". Maccagnan was hired in 2015, days before the franchise hired Gase's predecessor, Todd Bowles.