Wolf turns down record offer from Blank

Updated: March 19, 2002, 11:57 AM ET
By Chris Mortensen | ESPN.com

ORLANDO -- Despite strong consideration of an offer that would have paid him $4 million annually to end his one-year hiatus from the league, former Green Bay general manager Ron Wolf has declined the opportunity to assume control of the Atlanta Falcons operation.

Wolf informed new Falcons owner Arthur Blank of his decision late Tuesday morning.

"I enjoy what I'm doing," said Wolf, who on Monday was offered a contract that could have been for four years and worth $16 million. "It's ...

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