Matt Holland is entering his 13th overall NFL season as well as his seventh as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles' front office. He was named the club's Midwest Area scout during the 2023 offseason.
Prior to being named to his current post, Holland served as the Eagles' senior college/pro scout (2022) after spending time as the team's Northeast Area scout (2021). From 2019-20, Holland worked two seasons as a senior pro scout after joining the organization as a pro scout in 2017.
Before coming to Philadelphia, Holland held positions in both Washington's (2012-13) and Cleveland's (2014-15) player personnel departments. He first entered the NFL as a video assistant with the Miami Dolphins in 2005, working under Bob and Dave Hack. His first scouting experience came the following year, when he was promoted by head coach Nick Saban to serve as a scouting assistant for the Dolphins.
In 2016, Holland coached the linebackers and offensive linemen at Charlotte Latin (NC) High School on Larry McNulty's staff.
He also worked for the United Football League's Florida Tuskers from 2009-10 as a quality control coach and video director for Jim Haslett and Jay Gruden.
From 2007-08, Holland was a linebackers coach and director of football operations at Wagner College under Walt Hameline.
A native of Providence, RI, Holland earned his bachelor's degree from Elon University in 2005 and went on to receive a master's in business administration from Wagner.
Holland has a daughter named Jacy Betsy Holland.