Vikings complete interview with G.M. candidate Brandon Brown

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The Vikings’ search for a General Manager continues to move right along.

Minnesota announced on Tuesday that the club had completed an initial interview with Eagles director of player personnel Brandon Brown.

Brown has been with Philadelphia since 2017, beginning his time with the team as the assistant director of pro scouting. He was then promoted to director of pro scouting in 2019 before moving into his current role in 2021.

Brown has also spent time with the Colts and Jets in the pros.

Brown is the second candidate Minnesota has interviewed from the Eagles, as the club also talked to Philadelphia’s vice president of football operations, Catherine Raîche.

Kwesi Adofo-Mensah, John Spytek, and Monti Ossenfort have also received confirmed interviews for Vikings G.M.

6 responses to “Vikings complete interview with G.M. candidate Brandon Brown

  1. Oh good, the guy that picked Jalen Raegor (Picked over Justin Jefferson), Jalen Hurts, and Andre Dillard. Sweet.

    Didn’t one of the Wilfs say something about sustained success?

  2. This is beginning to look like the Carnival of Lost Souls parading through the land of a lotta lakes.
    Yikes!!!

  3. The number of GM candidates from the Eagles leads me to believe that the Wilfs are pretty interested in Doug Pederson as head coach. Let’s hope they have an open mind about GMs and let the GM eventually decide on the coach.

  4. singularitynow says:
    January 18, 2022 at 2:39 pm
    Oh good, the guy that picked Jalen Raegor (Picked over Justin Jefferson), Jalen Hurts, and Andre Dillard. Sweet.
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    The GM and Coach didn’t make those selections? What were they doing while the Director of Player Personnel was making all the draft picks?

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