WWE have made several changes to numerous departments as of late, including behind-the-scenes for the company, as with the departure of Mark Carrano recently, referee John Cone’s exit from the Talent Relations department was later rescinded, according to a report from Mike Johnson of PWInsider.com who notes that Cone is now the second in command to John Laurinaitis in that department, which is a bump up in his original responsibility as the Manager of Talent Relations.

The report notes that at least one or two others have been added to the Talent Relations department and that with John Laurinaitis now once again overseeing that side of things, that led to changes within the ranks of WWE producers, with Jason Jordan given a new role and larger responsibilities within the WWE, as he has been assigned Laurinaitis’ former role as the lead producer, overseeing all others at WWE television tapings.

The report adds that Adam Pearce has also moved up within the company over the past several weeks, with his current new role unknown as of writing.