The Browns may have a large hole to fill in their front office this offseason.
Vice president of football operations Kwesi Adofo-Mensah will have a second interview with the Vikings for their general manager job, a league source confirmed to The Chronicle-Telegram on Friday. He and Chiefs executive director of player personnel Ryan Poles are the finalists, according to NFL Network, which was first to report the news.
ESPN reported Adofo-Mensah’s interview is expected to be Tuesday in Minnesota.
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Adofo-Mensah is in his second year with the Browns and ninth in the NFL after working as a portfolio manager. He works with general manager Andrew Berry on all roster and strategic football decisions and the day-to-day operations of the team.
Adofo-Mensah worked with the 49ers from 2013-19 in the football research and development department, finishing his tenure as director of the department. He played basketball at Princeton and earned a bachelor’s degree in economics. He got his master’s in economics from Stanford.
Adofo-Mensah also interviewed for the GM job with the Bears. Browns vice president of player personnel Glenn Cook also interviewed with the Bears and Vikings.
“We are thrilled when we have people from our organization who have the chance to interview for one of these opportunities,” Berry said last week. “I know those guys will represent themselves well. Any owner who…