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Paton gets second interview with Rams

George Paton's days in Minnesota might be coming to an end. Jeremy Fowler of the Pioneer Press reports the Vikings' director of player personnel will interview for a second time for the general manager job with the Rams. His role with the Vikings is expected to increase if he stays in Minnesota.
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George Paton's days in Minnesota might be coming to an end. Jeremy Fowler of the Pioneer Press reports the Vikings' director of player personnel will interview for a second time for the general manager job with the Rams. His role with the Vikings is expected to increase if he stays in Minnesota.

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