Former Tennessee Titans general manager Floyd Reese will interview for that same position with the Seattle Seahawks according to NFL.com.
Reese, who spent 21 years in the Titans organization, including helping to oversee the most successful run in team history as GM from 1994-2006, is currently a senior advisor with the New England Patriots, who were eliminated from the playoffs on Sunday in a 33-14 loss to Baltimore.
Reese’s contract was not renewed after the 2006 season, and he was eventually replaced by Mike Reinfeld, who ironically, was in the Seahawks front office.
During his time with the franchise, Reese drafted three rookies of the year in Eddie George, Jevon Kearse and Vince Young, and also was general manager during the team’s only Super Bowl in 1999.
The Seahawks have cleaned house, letting go of general manager Tim Ruskell and firing head coach Jim Mora, Jr. this week and are on the verge of hiring Pete Carroll of Southern Cal as head coach.