Why Colts’ Ed Dodds won’t be Raiders new General manager

The Indianapolis Colts are one step closer to keeping the front office intact this offseason as the Las Vegas Raiders decided to go in a different direction than Ed Dodds for their general manager vacancy.


Dodds was considered a finalist for the Raiders general manager role. However, the Raiders hired former Los Angeles Chargers general manager Tom Telesco, who was let go from that role during the 2023 season.


Dodds has now interviewed twice with the Raiders when they’ve had a general manager vacancy. The other time came during the 2022 offseason when the Raiders eventually hired Dave Ziegler.

The Colts aren’t out of the woods yet regarding keeping Dodds, the right-hand man to general manager Chris Ballard.


Dodds is still in the running for the Chargers general manager vacancy, and despite the salary-cap trouble they may be in, the fact that Justin Herbert is there makes it an appealing job.


We should know the fate of that decision soon enough, but the Colts are one step closer to keeping the nucleus of the front office together for another season.

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