NFL head coach and GM interview administrator: Sean Payton, DeMeco Ryans expected to be among the most prestigious

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More than half of the NFL has reached the start of the offseason with the regular season ending on Sunday. Several teams have already decided to change key positions in the organization, whether it is general manager, head coach or coordinator.

All NFL shootings can be find here. Instead of scouring the scattering reports all over social media, CBSSports.com have compiled all these interesting reports in one place. Below, we’ll take a look at the coordinator, head coach and general manager candidates and where they’ve been asked to interview.

Arizona Cardinals, general manager

  • Adrian Wilson, Cardinals vice president of pro personnelNFL Media)
  • Quentin Harris, Cardinals Vice President of Player Personnel (NFL Media)
  • Monti Ossenfort, director of the Titans player team (MMQB)
  • John Cunningham, Bears assistant general manager (CBS Sports)
  • Ran Carton, 49ers director of player personnel (ESPN)
  • Adam Peters, 49ers assistant general manager (ESPN)
  • Lions offensive coordinator Ben Johnson (NFL Media)
  • DeMeco Ryans, 49ers defensive coordinator (NFL Media)
  • Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon (NFL Media)
  • Ejiro Evero, Broncos defensive coordinator (NFL Media)
  • Eagles offensive coordinator Shane Steichen (ESPN)

Indianapolis Colts, head coach

Indianapolis Colts, offensive coordinator

  • Quentin Harris, Cardinals Vice President of Player Personnel (NFL Media)
  • Malik Boyd, Bills director of pro personnelCBS Sports)
  • Glenn Cook, Browns assistant general manager and vice president of player personnel (CBS Sports)
  • John Cunningham, Bears assistant general manager (CBS Sports)
  • Ryan Cowden, Titans vice president of player personnel (CBS Sports)
  • Monti Ossenfort, director of the Titans player team (CBS Sports)
  • Adam Peters, 49ers assistant general manager (CBS Sports)
  • Ran Carton, 49ers director of player personnel (CBS Sports)

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