Mueller Interviews for Saints Job
SEATTLE (AP) _ Randy Mueller, who started as a Seattle Seahawks ball boy and now serves as vice president of football operations, has been interviewed by the New Orleans Saints for their vacancy at general manager.
Mueller was interviewed Wednesday in San Antonio as he was traveling to Mobile, Ala., to attend practices for the Senior Bowl college all-star game Saturday.
Mueller joined the Seahawks’ scouting department in 1983. He was a ball boy and training camp aide before that, and appointed to his current position in 1995.
If Mueller is offered and takes the job with New Orleans, it would mark the second staff departure for the Seahawks since their season ended with a 20-17 home loss to the Miami Dolphins in the wild-card round of the NFL playoffs Jan. 9. The Green Bay Packers this week chose Seahawks offensive coordinator Mike Sherman as their new head coach.