Schneider, in fact, famously got his foot in the door with the Packers by calling then-general manager Ron Wolf out of the blue while a junior in college and saying he was willing to work for free. “That’s how it starter,” Schneider said in 2016.
Schneider served as a pro personnel assistant for the Packers from 1993-96 and then after stints with the Chiefs, Seahawks and Washington was named as Green Bay’s personnel analyst to the general manager in 2002 and then director of football operations in 2008.
It was reported that Schneider had a clause in an earlier Seattle contract that included an out if he wanted to return to Green Bay.
When Schneider signed a new contract with Seattle in the summer of 2016 that takes him through the 2021 season and reportedly pays him $4 million a year, Schneider said it did not include an out clause.
“No,” he said. “There’s been lots of whispers about a lot of things. It’s a small league and I’m from a small home town, so …”
But not having an out clause wouldn’t mean that Schneider couldn’t ask for permission to interview and receive it, and his name was immediately bandied about in rumors. SeattleTimes.com
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