Report: Browns suing Catherine Raîche for a high-ranking job

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As vice president of football operations for the Eagles, Catherine Raîche is already the highest-ranked woman in a football leadership position in the NFL. She may soon get a promotion.

Browns general manager Andrew Berry, who worked with Raîche with the Eagles, is pursuing her “for an undisclosed high-ranking job” where she would “basically serve as assistant general manager for the Browns,” reports Tony Grossi of thelandondemand.com .

Kwesi Adofo-Mensah was the team’s assistant general manager before becoming the Vikings’ general manager this offseason, a position Raîche also interviewed for.

Raiche, 33, is from Montreal, Quebec, and has a background in law. She cut her teeth in the Canadian Football League, becoming director of football administration with the Toronto Argonauts. She also worked in the XFL.

Raiche replaced Berry in Philadelphia a year ago after Berry left for the Browns.

The Eagles website describes Raiche’s work as being “involved in all areas of football operations and player personnel, including professional and college scouting, contract management, player/staff development and football research.

Susan Tose Spencer is the only female GM in NFL history, having been appointed to the role in 1983 by team owner Leonard Tose, her father.

The Browns named Callie Brownson as chief of staff in 2020 and added assistant receivers coaching duties this year.


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