July 5, 2022

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GM by Catherine Rye in the NFL?

GM by Catherine Rye in the NFL?

Catherine Rye has never hidden her dream of becoming general manager of the NFL team and Kubeser is taking another step towards her beloved desire. The Minnesota Vikings want to meet those on the candidate list for the vacant position Monday.

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Since Adam Schifter is the most connected NFL informer on the ESPN network that leaked information overnight from Wednesday to Thursday, it is difficult to doubt the source of the news.

According to him, the Vikings asked the Eagles for permission to meet Raichi, who holds the position of vice president of football operations at the organization.

To this day, Susan Toss is the only woman general manager of the NFL in Spencer with the Eagles in 1983.

Reliable teacher

Former Alouettes and Argonauts general manager Jim Pop is the first person to open the door to professional football for Raichi in Montreal. She followed him to Toronto and the veteran footballer believed that the Vikings would be hurt by hiring his former protg.

“Some say she is young (32), but I believe she is the best candidate for the job. She already has a lot of experience, “Pop said in an interview Newspaper.

A great experience

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In addition to his background in the Canadian league, Pope believes Raichi has been a major asset to the Eagles for the past three years.

“In Philadelphia, employer Jeffrey Lowry and general manager Howie Roseman were great football minds who loved to teach their staff the basics. She was well surrounded and rose through the ranks.

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“I’m interviewed myself five times for general manager positions at the NFL and I have been criticized every time for my lack of experience in the league.

Many candidates

Naturally, the Vikings granted Cubeser an interview promising that she would earn a respectable position.

The Minneapolis Star Tribune Mentioned the many candidates who received or received interviews.

The list includes two members of the Browns: Vice President of Operations Quesy Adofo-Mensah and Player Personnel Vice President Glenn Cook.

Also included was Elliott Wolf, Patriots personal consultant, son of Ron Wolf, general manager of Legendary Packers. The Vikings also asked the chiefs for permission to meet with their Director of Player Personnel Ryan Poles.

John Spitech, vice-president of Buccaneer’s Player Personnel, as well as Brandon Brown, a player’s personal director and colleague of Riche at Eagles, will also be in attendance.

“Football remains a sport dominated by strong men, but obstacles are falling. The NFL has done a good job of moving things forward. One day there will definitely be a general manager and I hope it’s Catherine. She deserves it and if it’s not with the Vikings, she’s got other opportunities,” said Jim Pop. Concluded.

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Roadmap of Catherine Richie

From 2015 to 2017

  • Montreal Alloyts, CFL (Football Administration Coordinator)


  • Montreal Alloyts, CFL (Assistant to General Manager)


  • Toronto Argonauts, CFL (Director of Football Administration)


  • Tampa Bay Vipers, XFL (Director of Football Operations)

From 2019 to 2021

  • Philadelphia Eagles, NFL (Player Personal Coordinator)

From 2021 to today

  • Philadelphia Eagles, NFL (Vice President of Football Operations)

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