Patrick Dolan brings more than 30 years of experience working in the field of sports video technology to the Philadelphia Eagles' football operations department. He was promoted to vice president of football technology during the 2019 offseason.
In his role, Dolan is responsible for overseeing the video department and maximizing the football technologies utilized by coaches, players and personnel departments on a day-to-day basis.
Before he was named vice president of football technology, Dolan served as the Eagles' director of football technology from 2013-18.
From 2009-13, Dolan was the NFL account manager for DVSports, Inc. and was involved in developing the Sideline Viewing System that has been implemented within the league since 2012.
Over the span of 11 seasons (1998-2008), Dolan was the video director for the Cleveland Browns, where he established the entire video operation of the expansion Browns. During his tenure with Cleveland, Dolan was honored by his peers and voted as a member of the NFL Video Directors Committee, which worked with the NFL and Competition Committee on league-based technology decisions.
Prior to his time with the Browns, Dolan worked as the assistant video director and quality control assistant for the Pittsburgh Steelers for 10 seasons (1988-97).
Dolan holds a bachelor's degree in business administration/accounting from the University of Pittsburgh. He worked as a graduate assistant football coach for the Pitt Panthers from 1987-88.
Dolan and his wife, Tammy, currently reside in West Chester, PA. The couple has three daughters: Jenna, Julia, and Kaleigh.