Eliot Wolf, the highly regarded son of longtime Green Bay Packers general manager Ron Wolf, will interview with the Cleveland Browns this week about a job in the personnel department, according to a league source.
Wolf, 35, has worked for the Packers for 14 years, most recently as director of football operations. He was one of four candidates to interview for the Packers general manager job. Mark Murphy chose to promote Brian Gutekunst.
Gutekunst said he wanted Wolf to be his right-hand man, but would not stand in the way of Wolf moving to another team.
Wolf and Browns GM John Dorsey worked together for years with the Packers. Dorsey has already hired Alonzo Highsmith from the Packers.
Wolf’s father Ron was the Packers' GM for years and won a Super Bowl with Mike Holmgren as coach and Brett Favre at quarterback.
Eliot Wolf’s jobs in Green Bay also included director of player personnel and director of pro personnel.