What Exactly Does Each Member of an NFL Team’s Front Office Do?

June 8, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Ever wonder what the job responsibilities are for NFL front office members?
Running an NFL team is a complex task. You have to hire coaches, write and negotiate player contracts, scout and draft college players, formulate marketing strategies in your team’s region, set ticket prices, employ stadium vendors, acquire stadium advertisers and much more.
With so much to accomplish it is no surprise teams delegate the duties throughout numerous factions of front office members.
To detail every position for every NFL team would be a tireless, cumbersome read. So for the purpose of this article, let’s concern ourselves with who does the bulk of the work.
But before we get started, I must first note that there are vernacular disagreements among front office positions. For example, some teams label their CEO as the team’s chairman; or their general manager will instead be classified as their vice president.
Keeping that in mind, this list will distingui...

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