Jeff Scott, who enters his third year with the Philadelphia Eagles, was promoted to director of football operations during the 2022 offseason.
Scott originally joined the Eagles as a senior pro scout in 2021 following a nine-year tenure (2012-20) with Washington.
Prior to his arrival in Philadelphia, Scott spent time as Washington's assistant director of pro scouting/advance coordinator in 2020. In that role, he oversaw the weekly advance scouting of Washington's opponents and was responsible for the evaluation and writing of player reports on potential talent in NFL free agency and all other professional leagues. He also assisted with evaluating trade scenarios during the NFL Draft.
Scott was promoted to director of football strategy/scout in 2018. He prepared weekly analysis for advanced scouting of opponents and evaluated players for free agency and the NFL Draft.
In addition, Scott assisted Washington's Senior Vice President of Football Operations with contract negotiations, strategic planning, management council compliance and salary cap management. He also directed research and strategic efforts, providing frequent analysis on special projects for both the player personnel department and the coaching staff.
Scott originally entered the NFL with Washington in January 2012 as a salary cap intern, assisting with cap analysis and contracts, before becoming a scouting intern in May 2012. He worked as a player personnel assistant in 2013 and as a pro scout from 2014-17.
A native of Fredericksburg, VA, Scott graduated with a bachelor's degree in political science from Davidson College, where he played defensive back. During his sophomore year in 2005, he led the Pioneer Football League in fumbles forced. Scott received his master's degree in sports management from Georgetown University in 2012.
Scott and his wife, Rachel, have one daughter, Alivia.