According to multiple reports late Saturday night, Caserio will stay with the Patriots, where he’s been since 2001.
Patriots never believed Nick Caserio was leaving, short of a monumental financial offer. Question now is if he got a VP title or a raise.— Albert Breer ( AlbertBreer) January 26, 2014
Another benefit for Caserio: Sends signal for 2015 he's ready to consider GM jobs. League-wide perception has been he won't leave Pats.— Albert Breer ( AlbertBreer) January 26, 2014
Caserio was among three candidates to meet with the Dolphins for a second interview Saturday. The team also interviewed Tampa Bay Buccaneers director of player personnel Dennis Hickey and Tennessee Titans vice president of player personnel Lake Dawson.
Brian Gaine, the Dolphins’ assistant general manager, had a second interview Friday.
A decision is expected soon on a replacement for Jeff Ireland, who left after six seasons on Jan "
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