Charlotte-Scott Fitterer (Scott Fitterer) is not the first candidate to talk to the Panthers.
Obviously, he left a lasting impression.
The Panthers offered the Seahawks’ vice president of football operations the team’s general manager position.
The Leopards interviewed Fitterer via a video conference on Monday, which was the last day of 15 preliminary interviews for the position.
He returned to the scene for an interview on Wednesday. This is the last of the last four games. He will meet with head coach Matt Rhule and boss David Tepper for the second time.
Fitterer has been with the Seahawks since 2001
Fitterer was a two-man sports player at universities (UCLA and LSU), and served as a pitcher for the Toronto Blue Jays for three years until a shoulder problem ended his baseball career.
Since then, he has found a part-time scout job with the Giants (New York, not San Francisco) and joined the Seahawks in 2001 and was promoted through their college scout department.
(This story will be updated)