Brian Gutekunst staying in Green Bay

Brian Gutekunst staying in Green Bay

Brian Gutekunst staying in Green Bay

According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, the Packers director of player personnel came to Houston, but didn't interview with the Texans because he chose to stay with the Packers. Gutekunst was in the running to replace Ted Thompson in Green Bay, so it can not be ruled out that he will be promoted to general manager.

The 44-year old has been the Director of Player Personnel since March 2016, but he has been with the team for 19 season in the player personnel department.

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Gutekunst may not have been the Packers' first choice. He spent his first 13 years with the Packers as a regional college scout and from 2012-2015 he served as the director of college scouting.

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"My goal is to find the right person and general manager who will be able to get us back to where we all think we should be and that's winning Super Bowls", team president Mark Murphy, who led the search, said last week. Green Bay reached the postseason every year from 2009-16 - one season shy of the National Football League record - before having that string snapped after this year's 7-9 campaign. He could join former Senior Personnel Analyst Alonzo Highsmith who joined John Dorsey's scouting staff in Cleveland last week.

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