CTP Consulting Engineers, the consulting firm that provides engineering support for NFL teams, says its clients have struggled to win since the 2016 season.
CTP’s clients, many of which have a history of losing games, say the biggest problem has been a lack of talent in the front office and on the field.
CTC is seeking help from outside investors to fund its plan to raise $20 million to hire and train top executives.
The group is also looking for a head coach, general manager and some assistant coaches to help it hire and develop top-notch talent.
But there are concerns about the group’s ability to attract top talent, given the way it is currently run.
The company says it is also trying to find a solution for a coaching staff that hasn’t hired a coach since the 2015 season.
The CTP Group is also seeking help to hire a head man to lead the organization.
“We are going to be looking to hire people to lead this team, who are in the business of winning football games,” said Matt Moulton, CTC’s head of external relations and marketing.
It is a tough market for a team to compete in.
CTP says it’s also seeking a fix for the way the organization handles personnel matters.
We have been asking the team, ‘How do you do this?
How do you manage this?’ and we’ve gotten zero answers,” Moultons said.
The problem is not just a team issue. “
It’s like you’re trying to navigate a minefield,” he said.
The problem is not just a team issue.
The organization also is missing out on talent because of the way CTC, like many of its clients, is a consulting firm.
For years, CTP has hired consultants to help with football operations and marketing, and it has been able to attract those consultants through a combination of the CTP group’s support, which has included hosting training sessions for its clients and the support of the NFL Players Association.
However, the NFLPA says the organization is using consultants who are not properly credentialed and have no relationship with the NFL.
A representative from the NFL said CTP is in the process of hiring an outside consultant to help fix its communication problems, but it is too early to tell what that person will do.
NFL players say CTP hasn’t been responsive to their requests for help.
In a letter to CTC CEO Brian Jones last week, several players called for the NFL to get rid of its consultants and replace them with more experienced personnel.
The letter was signed by current players like DeSean Jackson, Ezekiel Elliott, Laquon Treadwell and DeAndre Hopkins.
Moulton said the group is currently seeking to hire the best personnel and support staff it can find to help the organization win football games.
But, he said, that will require a significant investment.
He also said that he believes CTP will have to make tough decisions as it begins to hire new executives.
“I think we’re in a unique situation where we’ve seen the best talent come and go in our industry, and we’re seeing the best teams go down,” Mounthton said.