Joe Mack (Canadian football)
|Winnipeg Blue Bombers|
|Position(s):||GM/VP (Football Operations)|
|Winnipeg Blue Bombers*
Atlanta Falcons (Pro scout)
Carolina Panthers (Asst. GM)
New York/New Jersey Hitmen***
Winnipeg Blue Bombers****
*Director of Player Personnel
**Director of Pro Scouting
***Director of Football Operations
****GM/VP of Football Operations
|Villanova (DL Coach)|
|Career highlights and awards|
Joe Mack is the current General Manager and Vice-President of Football Operations for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. He is a Grey Cup and Super Bowl Champion.
Mack's first experience in the Canadian Football League came in 1984 as the director of player personnel for the Blue Bombers. During his four seasons in Winnipeg he supplied players for head coaches Cal Murphy and Mike Riley. The Blue Bombers won their first Grey Cup in 22 years in 1984 and had an overall record of 46-21-1 during Joe's tenure there.
He left Winnipeg in 1987 to become a pro scout for the Atlanta Falcons. In 1989, Mack joined the Washington Redskins as the director of pro scouting. He was a member of the Redskins front office when the team won Super Bowl XXVI. In 1994, Mack joined the expansion Carolina Panthers as assistant general manager. In 1998 he was appointed interim director of player personnel for the expansion Cleveland Browns. He helped build another expansion team in 2001 as the director of football operations of the XFL's New York/New Jersey Hitmen.
On January 22, 2010, Mack was named general manager and vice-president of football operations of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
CFL GM record 
|Team||Year||Regular Season||Post Season|
|WPG||2010||4||14||0||.222||4th in East Division||–||–||Missed Playoffs|
|WPG||2011||10||8||0||.556||1st in East Division||1||1||Lost in Grey Cup|
|WPG||2012||6||12||0||.333||3rd in East Division||–||–||Missed Playoffs|
|1||1||0 Grey Cups|
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