Jerome Reid enters his fourth season with the Philadelphia Eagles and second as the club's senior athletic trainer. He originally joined the team as the head athletic trainer during the 2018 offseason.
Prior to coming to Philadelphia, Reid spent four seasons (2014-17) as an assistant athletic trainer with the Tennessee Titans after working for Saint Thomas Hospital, where he assisted the Titans' staff. Reid was selected as the Joe Warden Professional Athletic Trainer of the Year by the Tennessee Athletic Trainers' Society in 2017.
Before moving to Nashville, Reid served as an athletic trainer at Hampton High School in Hampton, VA. He also had athletic training internships with the Miami Dolphins (2008) and Titans (2005-07).
Reid is a two-time graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, where he earned his bachelor's degree in athletic training and his master's degree in health and movement sciences.
Reid and his wife, Nicole, have two sons, Jaden and Jaxon.