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Randy Mueller scouts top player prospects throughout the country. He has over 30 years of NFL experience, including two seasons as general manager of the New Orleans Saints (2000-01) and three with Miami (2005-07). During his first season as GM of the Saints, Mueller was named NFL Executive of the Year by The Sporting News. In between the Saints and Dolphins, he worked as an analyst at ESPN (2002-04).
Mueller spent 17 years with the Seattle Seahawks (1983-99), joining the club in ‘83 as a pro personnel assistant. In 1990, he was named pro personnel director and in ’95 he was promoted to vice president of football operations. During his tenure with the Seahawks, Mueller was one of the key decision-makers instrumental in the acquisition of three future Hall of Fame players. They include quarterback Warren Moon, defensive tackle Cortez Kennedy and offensive tackle Walter Jones
A native of St. Maries, Id., Mueller played quarterback at Linfield College in McMinnville, Ore. As a senior, he led the Wildcats to the NAIA Division II National Championship and was named MVP of the title game.
Mueller and his wife, Lori, have a daughter, Riley.