Colts To Interview Packers Director Of Football Operations Eliot Wolf

Intro: Over the next week, the Colts are scheduled to interview six candidates for their general manager opening. Meet candidate Eliot Wolf from the Green Bay Packers.

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INDIANAPOLIS – The names are known as to whom the Colts will be interviewing for their open general manager position.

The Colts will interview six people for their general manager position.

In alphabetical order, the Colts are scheduled to interview Chris Ballard (Chiefs), Scott Fitterer (Seahawks), Trent Kirchner (Seahawks), George Paton (Vikings), Jimmy Raye III (Colts) and Eliot Wolf (Packers) over the next week.

Over the next few days, Colts.com will take a closer look at the candidates.

Meet Eliot Wolf, Green Bay Packers Director of Football Operations

At the age of 34, Wolf's ascent to an NFL general manager position is only a matter of when, not if.

Wolf, the son of Pro Football Hall of Famer Ron Wolf, has worked 13 seasons with the Packers.Per the Packers"Wolf's primary duties include coordinating the pro and college football departments as well as handling both college and pro player evaluation through film study, college visits, pro days, college all-star games and the NFL Scouting Combine. During the season, he is responsible for overseeing advance scouting of upcoming Packers opponents, evaluating potential free-agent signees and recommending player tryouts."

Even though Wolf is younger than several NFL players, he's been a lifer in the scouting world.

Since joining the Packers in 2005, Wolf has been promoted five times. He works directly under well-respected general manager Ted Thompson.

Wolf did interview earlier this offseason for the GM opening in San Francisco. Since the interview, Wolf signed an extension with the Packers.

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