Vikings' George Paton staying in Minnesota

Paton is no longer seeking the Rams' general manager position. NBC Sports reports Paton will remain with the Vikings after being promoted to assistant general manager. He is currently the director of player personnel. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Paton was among the two finalists to be the new general manager in St. Louis.
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Paton is no longer seeking the Rams' general manager position. NBC Sports reports Paton will remain with the Vikings after being promoted to assistant general manager. He is currently the director of player personnel. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Paton was among the two finalists to be the new general manager in St. Louis.

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