Rams GM Search: St. Louis Interviews Joey Clinkscales And George Paton

According to Jim Thomas of STLToday.com, the St. Louis Rams have officially interviewed the VP of the New York Jets college scouting, Joey Clinkscales, and the director of the Minnesota Vikings player personnel, George Paton, on Monday.

The Rams fired their previous general manager, Billy Devaney, after the team won a combined 12 games over the last four seasons. The Rams have spent the last several weeks interviewing and exploring a pool of candidates that include Steve Keim of the Arizona Cardinals and Les Snead of the Atlanta Falcons.

Thomas reports that two other potential and rumored candidates -- Mike Ackerly of the Houston Texans and Rich Snead of the Tennessee Titans -- are in fact not in the running for the GM position.

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