Vikings interview Patriots executive Eliot Wolf for general manager job

The Vikings interviewed New England Patriots senior consultant Eliot Wolf on Thursday for their open general manager job.

The Vikings have been looking for a general manager since owners Zygi and Mark Wilf fired Rick Spielman on Jan. 10. They also fired head coach Mike Zimmer that day.

Wolf, the son of hall of fame executive Ron Wolf, who built Green Bay’s Super Bowl teams in the 1990s, is the seventh candidate to interview for the general manager job. Of the eight candidates on other teams the Vikings have requested interviews with, the only one they have yet to speak to is Cleveland Browns vice president of player personnel Glenn Cook.

The Vikings have interviewed three candidates so far for head coach.

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