The Current England Patriots dangle made two unique additions to their front set of enterprise this week.
The Athletic reported Wednesday that the Patriots “are finalizing a deal” with University of Miami govt Alonzo Highsmith to “add him to their front set of enterprise as an govt in personnel with a job title that’s no longer but certain.”
Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reported Wednesday that Bobby Brown is becoming a member of the Patriots in “a key govt administrative role,” leaving his contemporary job because the Texans’ accomplice director of football administration.
Brown previously spent seven seasons with the Patriots, so he’s masses acquainted with the group.
Highsmith, who executed six seasons in the NFL after a stellar collegiate profession with Miami, became as soon as a senior govt with the Green Bay Packers from 2012 by 2017. While in Green Bay, he labored alongside Eliot Wolf, who’s the Patriots’ director of scouting.
Highsmith additionally became as soon as the vp of participant personnel for the Cleveland Browns in 2018 and 2019. Wolf became as soon as the Browns’ assistant general supervisor throughout that time. Highsmith labored as a personnel govt for the Seattle Seahawks from 2020 to 2022. He became as soon as named GM of football operations on the University of Miami in 2022.
In complete, Highsmith has nearly 30 years of journey as a participant, scout and exec.
The Patriots impression no longer dangle a general supervisor role in their front set of enterprise good now. Director of participant personnel Matt Groh and Wolf appear like running the repeat.
And basically based entirely for your complete contemporary hires with connections to Wolf, it looks adore he has masses of influence in the group. Besides to to Highsmith, three of the Patriots’ contemporary teaching hires — offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt, offensive assistant Ben McAdoo and defensive line coach Jeremy 1st viscount montgomery of alamein — all had been in Green Bay throughout a pair of of Wolf’s tenure there from 2004 by 2017.