Scott Pioli General Manager Kansas City Chiefs & Formerly VP Player Personnel New England Patriots

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Scott Pioli General Manager Kansas City Chiefs & Formerly VP Player Personnel New England Patriots

Scott Pioli is the general manager of the Kansas City Chiefs and over the course of his career he has held numerous positions in the administrative ranks of both college football programs and more recently professional football programs as he has been employed by several NFL teams in high ranking positions. Born in Washingtonville, New York in March of 1965 Scott began his professional career after playing defensive tackle for the Division II Central Connecticut State University Blue Devils while in college.

The first position that Pioli held with a football program was as general assistant with the Syracuse Orange in 1988 and 1989. From upstate New York Scott moved to Kentucky to pursue employment with Murray State University which is located in Murray, Kentucky. While at Murray State, Scott held positions as an offensive line coach in 1990 and then as defensive line coach in 1991.

The year 1992 marks the time when Scott Pioli made a permanent move from ufabet มือถือ college football into the professional ranks when he began serving as pro personnel assistant for the Cleveland Browns where he stayed from 1992 to 1995. After a healthy stint in Cleveland, Scott spent a year with the Baltimore Ravens in 1996 as pro personnel coordinator before moving on to the New York Jets. While with the Jets from 1997 to the year 2000 Pioli took on the position of director of pro personnel as he continued to move up the ladder in terms of progressively taking on more responsibility and proving that he could successfully handle more duties.

Scott Pioli wound up with the New England Patriots in 2000 and really made a name for himself while spending nine years with the organization and transforming it into one of the most dominant football teams in the history of the National Football League. Scott started with New England as the assistant director of player personnel in 2000 and then moved up to director of player personnel the following year in 2001. Over the course of 2002 through 2008 Pioli served as vice president of player personal and during that time was partially responsible for assembling one of the most iconic programs in the history of the league.

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