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Detroit: Owner William Clay Ford and GM Matt Millen. Ford has stuck by Millen through a lot of lean seasons and has allowed him to hire three head coaches. Millen makes all major football decisions, much to the dismay of Bill Ford Jr. and Tom Lewand. If Rod Marinelli doesn't become a winner, Millen may decide to retire to his beautiful home in eastern Pennsylvania.

Green Bay: GM Ted Thompson. The executive board and new president Mark Murphy signed off on the removal of Brett Favre, solidifying Thompson's control of the franchise. Ted and Brett have been at odds going back to 2006 and the folks in Wisconsin, who basically own this team, accepted Thompson's view that the Packers were better off without Favre playing one final season.

Minnesota: Owner Zygi Wilf. The Love Boat incident dramatically altered the decision-making process and Wilf seems to have the right football men at the top: Coach Brad Childress, VPs Rick Spielman and Rob Brzezinski and college director Scott Studwell. Major personnel decisions are run by Wilf, but he generally defers to his experts on who is the best player for the Vikings.

NFC South

This week's campaign coverage:

  • Marvez: NFL's power brokers
  • Czar: Who has juice?
  • Schein: Campaign spoilers
  • Hasenmayer: Swing votes
  • Schrager: This year's dark horses

Previously on the trail:

  • Hench: Parcells vs. Cheney?
  • Schein: Leaving office behind
  • Hench: NFL's first ladies
  • Schrager: Fantasy campaign planning
  • Fantasy: 2008 electoral math
  • Marvez: No Spin zone
  • Czar: Liberals vs. conservatives
  • Schrager: Running mates
  • Hill: Party platforms/trends
  • Bleacher: Best fan bases

Debates:

  • Is Eli Manning finally legit?
  • Will Pats suffer SB hangover?
  • Will Cowboys implode?
  • L.T. or Philip Rivers?
  • Will Pack regret trading Favre?

Author:Fox Sports
Author's Website:http://www.foxsports.com
Added: August 29, 2008

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News » Decision '08: Every NFL team's power structure


Decision '08: Every NFL team's power structure


Decision '08: Every NFL team's power structure

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Chicago: The Bears don't have a dominant personality. Ted Phillips controls the financial side and GM Jerry Angelo the football side. Like the Steelers, there are a few McCaskey children who would love to sell. Michael McCaskey used to be the voice of ownership, but his mother, Virginia, controls the family's 80 percent stake in the franchise. Coach Lovie Smith is tied to Angelo's fortunes and vice versa.

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Brett FavreGeneral manager used to be an NFL oddity. Now, says Alex Marvez, they've become the true power brokers in the game.
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