Green Bay Packers: Though former GM Ron Wolf decided to end his retirement and come back to the NFL as a part time front-office figure with the Browns, the Packers won't be Wolf-less this year. Eliot Wolf, 21, his son has agreed to join the team as an assistant pro personnel scout, according to the Green Bay Press Gazette. Wolf has worked for the Packers as a scouting intern for four of the last five summers and was interviewed by Seattle, Philadelphia the Browns. "It's a real good opportunity," Wolf said upon his hiring. "Looking at this job compared with the other ones I talked about, this one has more responsibility. I know everyone that works there, and I can learn from everyone. They're great people to learn from."
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