Three Green Bay Packers football executives ran for the general manager's job in the past week. Two of them received promotions, with Brian Gutekunst getting the nod as GM.
The one man who did not, Eliot Wolf, is reportedly now with the Cleveland Browns.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports that the Browns have hired Wolf as assistant general manager on a four-year deal.
He will be reunited with longtime Packers executive and former Green Bay linebacker John Dorsey, now the Browns' GM, along with new Browns vice president of football operations and former Packers staffer Alonzo Highsmith.
It was believed that Wolf would become the heir apparent to Ted Thompson after Wolf signed on recently as the Packers' director of football operations, but that title has now been given to Russ Ball, the executive vice president of football administration.