The Cleveland Browns front office makeover continues.
His father, Hall of Fame executive Ron Wolf, spoke about his son get passed over for the general manager role in Green Bay. A source told ESPN that Brown GM John Dorsey, a former Packers' personnel executive, planned to go after Wolf.
With longtime Green Bay general manager Ted Thompson moving into a more ceremonial role, and Wolf departing the organization, there'll be a lot of pressure on Gutenkunst. Since 2016, he has served as the director of football operations for the NFC North power.
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"Eliot has been a fine executive in this league for some time now". He worked out for Green Bay in early October. The 35-year-old originally joined the Packers as a pro personnel assistant back in 2004, working his way up through the organization with positions such as assistant director of pro personnel and director of player personnel. He reportedly had an offer to join coach Jon Gruden in Oakland.
The Browns will name Wolf assistant general manager.
In Green Bay, Wolf's main duties included coordinating the pro and college football departments; evaluating players in the NFL and college via film study; and managing the team's involvement in visits with college players, attendance at pro days, the annual NFL Scouting Combine, and the various college all-star games, including the Senior Bowl. The Browns finished the regular season without a victory and are now 1-31 in the last two seasons under head coach Hue Jackson. Noel, Donahoe and Zegers all previously spent time in the Kansas City Chiefs personnel department. The same can also be said for the Browns' 2 current vice presidents of player personnel Andrew Berry and Ken Kovash.