I'm excited to be able to continue in my role with an organization that has such a great traditionDolphins extend general manager's contract Jun 27, 2007
We wanted to add a player who has been tested in the NFL and Ken has stood up to the league's best wide receiversSaints sign Ken Irvin Apr 24, 2002
David is an every-down tight end that can run, catch and blockSaints sign tight end David Sloan Apr 03, 2002
The additional draft picks that we have acquired this year and in the early rounds next year will also impact this team for years to comeSaints trade Roaf Mar 26, 2002
We never like to trade good football players, but this was a deal that we felt like we couldn't pass upDolphins trade for Ricky Williams Mar 08, 2002
Randy Mueller (born in St. Maries, Idaho) is an executive in the National Football League, most recently as general manager for the Miami Dolphins and New Orleans Saints. He has over two decades of NFL front office experience.
Mueller played quarterback for Linfield College in McMinnville, Oregon. As a senior in 1982, he led his team to the NAIA Division II national championship and was named Most Valuable Player of the title game.
Mueller began his front office career in 1983 as an assistant in pro personnel with the Seattle Seahawks. He was promoted the position of Player Personnel Director in 1990 - a position he held until 1995. At that time he was promoted to Vice President of Football Operations and held that post through 1999. Mueller selected Florida State offensive tackle Walter Jones with the sixth-overall pick in the 1997 NFL Draft.