On Wednesday, the Detroit Lions continued their expansive search for their next general manager.

After interviewing Terry Fontenot, the assistant GM and vice president of pro personnel for the New Orleans Saints, earlier this week, the Lions have completed interviews with Brad Holmes and George Paton. 

Holmes, the Los Angeles Rams' director of college scouting, has worked with the organization for the past 18 seasons, and played a role in the drafting of Aaron Donald back in 2014.

Paton, the Minnesota Vikings' assistant general manager and vice president of player personnel, is drawing plenty of interest across the league due to Minnesota's success the past few seasons.