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Vikings request to interview Eagles exec Catherine Raiche for general manager position

1/13/2022 1:27:16 PM
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The Vikings have requested to interview for their open general manager job Catherine Raiche, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer-Press reports.  This according to an ESPN report on Thursday morning.

Raiche, who is Philadelphia’s vice president of football operations, is believed to hold the most senior-ranking team personnel position for a woman in NFL history. Susan Tose Spencer was the first female general manager in NFL history, serving with the Eagles from 1982-85.

Vikings owners Zygi and Mark Wilf on Monday fired general manager Rick Spielman as well as head coach Mike Zimmer.

The Vikings have requested so far to talk to at least seven candidates for the job. A source said they also have asked for permission to speak with Tampa Bay vice president of player personnel John Spytek. According to reports, they also have requested to speak with Cleveland vice president of football operations Kwesi Adofo-Mensah, Browns vice president of player personnel Glenn Cook, New England player personnel consultant Eliot Wolf, Philadelphia director of player personnel Brandon Brown and Kansas City director of player personnel Ryan Poles.

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