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Report: McKenzie To Interview With Raiders Today

The Packers staff, with a week off between games, is obviously busy fielding offers from teams that are out of the playoffs and looking for missing pieces.

On the heels of Adam Schefter's report about Joe Philbin interviewing in Kansas City comes this report from Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun Times:

Reggie McKenzie, Packers director of football operations, is expected to interview for Raiders GM position today, according to source.

McKenzie's name has been linked to the Raiders since the passing of Al Davis, the teams former owner and general manager. There has also been some talk that if McKenzie were to get the position, there's a good chance he could try to take Eliot Wolf, the Packers assistant director of player personnel and son of former Packers general manager Ron Wolf.

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lebowski's picture

We were very lucky not to get pilfered last year. The rest of the league is going to start plucking feathers off this golden goose.

Bearmeat's picture

Leave us alone you other 31! It's not our fault that we're great and you suck.

You can have everyone after we win 5 consecutive Lombardi's!

PackersRS's picture

The front office interviewing for new positions doesn't concern me much.

But Philbin and other coaches interviewing makes me worried about lack of focus.

Not questioning their professionalism, just think it's human nature to lose focus when there's more than one major issue to attend to. Then again this could be true for so many other reasons outside of football.

Wonder what's the "score" on SB winners that had coaches interviewing for other jobs before the season ended.

fish/crane's picture

Didn't Coach Holmgren lose?

redlights's picture

and Parcells.

For Wolf, another team would be good for his development. See how things are done elsewhere.

EP's picture

Packers President should refuse to let anyone talk to other teams until after the Super Bowl. The have that right and should exercise it.

packeraaron's picture

Ensuring all the jobs will be gone and that Green Bay will become known as a place where management treats its employees as indentured servants.

That's silly.

o dragao da maldade contra o santo guerrero's picture

"Indentured servants"? Isn't that a bit excessive?

packeraaron's picture

No more excessive than not allowing your employees, professionals each and everyone, to apply for jobs outside the organization to better their careers.

Cole's picture

Good luck trying to build on that franchise with like two draft picks next year.

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