Alan Parker-The Detroit Lions have not yet reached a deal with Stillers general manager Kevin Colbert. In fact, according to the Pittsburgh Post, the Lions did not even ask to interview him.
The Lions interviewed 12 candidates for the position of general manager and is currently hosting Brad Holmes, the director of Scouting at Rams University, for a second interview. Vikings assistant general manager George Paton-another candidate for the Lions-has reached a six-year deal with Denver, and Holmes has become the current favorite in Detroit.
Nevertheless, this did not stop the development of the rumor mill, and Colbert̵
The current situation is not the case, with Holmes meeting in Detroit in Allen Park, the club may be about to officially turn in another direction. So far, he is the only GM candidate to accept the second interview. According to the NFL Network, Lions are still considering the Colts’ assistant general manager GM Ed Dodds, the Saints’ assistant general manager of personnel Terry Fontenot, and the Saints’ assistant general manager Jeff Ireland. Until New Orleans was eliminated from the playoffs, Fonteno and Ireland could not be interviewed again.