Three Chicago GMs on the Spot


Duty and a flair for drama compelled White Sox general manager Ken Williams to offer to "fall on the sword" if the team he assembled falls short of expectations.

How quintessential Kenny.

But of the three general managers in Chicago sports facing their most defining week of the year as Major League Baseball's trade deadline intersects with NFL free-agency, Jerry Angelo is the one I would keep away from sharp objects.

Angelo's hours threaten to be more desperate, his immediate work potentially having more impact on the product. Angelo even has more riding on this...

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