Vikings conduct first interview for GM job, speaking with Titans’ Monti Ossenfort – Twin Cities
The Vikings conducted their first interview for their open general manager job on Sunday, speaking with Tennessee Titans’ director of player personnel Monti Ossenfort.
The Vikings are looking for a replacement for Rick Spielman, who was fired last Monday. They also fired head coach Mike Zimmer, and owner and president Mark Wilf has said the team will hire a general manager before a coach.
Ossenfort, 43, is a Luverne native who is a former University of Minnesota-Morris quarterback. He was an intern at Vikings training camp in Mankato in 2001.
Others expected to be interviewed by the Vikings for general manager include Philadelphia vice president of football operations Catherine Raiche, Eagles director of player personnel Brandon Brown, Tampa Bay vice president of player personnel John Spytek, Cleveland vice president of football operations Kwesi Adofo-Mensah, Browns vice president of player personnel Glenn Cook, New England player personnel consultant Eliot Wolf and Kansas City director of player personnel Ryan Poles.