Colts To Interview Seahawks Co-Director Of Player Personnel Trent Kirchner

Intro: Over the next week, the Colts are scheduled to interview six candidates for their general manager opening. Meet candidate Trent Kirchner from the Seattle Seahawks.

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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 Trent Kirchner, Seattle Seahawks Co-Director of Player Personnel

Since Kirchner joined the Seahawks in 2010, Seattle has made the postseason in six of seven seasons, winning at least one playoff game each year.

The Seahawks have been the NFC's most consistent team this decade, making two Super Bowls (winning one).

Before coming to Seattle as the assistant director of pro personnel in 2010, Kirchner worked with the Redskins and Panthers.

Kirchner's involvement with the personnel department has led to some important off-season additions for Seattle's playoff runs (i.e. Cliff Avril and Michael Bennett).

One of Kirchner's direct connections to the Seahawks came via general manager John Schneider. Kirchner and Schneider both attended the University of St. Thomas.

In Kirchner's seven seasons with the Seahawks, Seattle is 70-41-1 overall and 9-5 in six postseason appearances.

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