The Minnesota Vikings have requested permission to interview Canadian-born Philadelphia Eagles government Catherine Raiche for his or her vacant common supervisor’s job, in line with a number of studies.
The 32-year-old Montreal native was promoted to the vice chairman of soccer operations for the Eagles previous to the 2021 season, making her the highest-ranking lady working in a personnel division within the NFL. Raiche began with the Eagles as a soccer operations/participant personnel co-ordinator in 2019.
Raiche broke into soccer within the CFL in 2015, working for the Montreal Alouettes as an intern after graduating from legislation faculty on the College of Sherbrooke.
Raiche rose to co-ordinator of soccer administration and assistant GM with the Als earlier than turning into the Toronto Argonauts’ director of soccer administration in 2018 and ’19.
NFL Community’s Tom Pelissero reported earlier Wednesday the Vikings have at the very least three different candidates.
The Vikings fired GM Rick Spielman and coach Mike Zimmer on Monday after the workforce missed the playoffs for the second 12 months in a row.
If employed, Raiche would grow to be the second feminine common supervisor in NFL historical past after Susan Tose Spencer, who served within the function with the Eagles from 1983-85.