What Is the NFL’s Front Office and General Manager Accelerator Program That Arizona Cardinals’ Quentin Harris Has Been Selected For?

Published 12/07/2023, 2:44 PM EST

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The NFL does not concern itself with just players and their needs on the gridiron but also wants to help other stakeholders grow in their careers. The Arizona Cardinals‘ Quentin Harris is the latest person selected for the golden opportunity that will boost his career. The Cardinals may not be doing great on the field with their 3-10 record, but their staff will surely learn a lot from this program.

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So, what is this special program, and which teams’ stakeholders have been a part of it in the past?

Quentin Harris will be a member of a special clique

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Bo Brack, a reporter for the Cardinals, took to X to share that, “Arizona Cardinals’ Quentin Harris has been selected to participate in the NFL Front Office & General Manager Accelerator Program.” The program is part of the NFL’s efforts to strengthen the pipeline of diverse candidates across all the rungs of the league.

The inaugural meeting will take place next week in Texas and the stated aim of the program is to promote personnel from various walks of life and connect them with decision-makers at all the 32 NFL teams. Other than networking, the participating stakeholders will also get to take part in a wide variety of professional as well as personal development programs.

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In 2022, Harris served as Arizona’s interim General Manager along with Adrian Wilson. So, is Harris the only person selected for the job? Turns out there are a few other managers who will be attending the program with him as well.

The Giants and the Steelers to be a part of the program as well

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The New York Giants announced that their Assistant GM, Brandon Brown, had been invited to be a part of the program. He is currently serving his second year with the Giants and is the top associate of GM Joe Schoen. The 35-year-old played a crucial role in fixing the 2022 roster that facilitated the Giants’ winning season at 9-7-1 and helped them make their first playoff appearance in 6 years.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers also announced that Sheldon White had been called on to participate in the program as well. White is a veteran with more than 2 decades of NFL scouting experience and is also serving his second season in Pittsburgh as the Director of Pro Scouting. He served on the Advisory Council for the Nunn-Wooten Scouting Fellowship as well. The Fellowship was created for ex-players who wanted to become professional scouts.

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The program will be spread out over 3 days from 11 December to 13 December. Will they manage to up the game for their respective teams when they return from the sessions?

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