The New York Jets have named Scott Cohen assistant general manager, Joey Clinkscales vice president of college scouting, Terry Bradway senior personnel executive, Michael Davis assistant director of college scouting, Tim Tubito director of video, Rich Gentile senior director of broadcasting and multimedia production, and Steve Scarnecchia director of multimedia production. The team has also signed JoJo Wooden to a contract extension to remain as the team's assistant director of player personnel. The announcements were made by Jets president Jay Cross and general manager Mike Tannenbaum.
Cohen joins the Jets after serving seven seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles as the director of player personnel. He will assist Tannenbaum with the day-to-day operations of the team with a primary focus on pro personnel. While with the Eagles, he worked closely with the general manager in assessing NFL rosters for acquiring players via trade and as free agents.
Clinkscales enters his 14th season with the Jets after spending the previous two seasons as director of college scouting. He will continue to oversee the college scouting operation.
Wooden enters his 12th season with the team and will embark on his third year as the team's assistant director of player personnel. He will continue to assist in pro scouting, the advance scouting of upcoming opponents and free agency.
Davis enters his 12th season with the Jets after spending the past 11 seasons as a national scout. He will assist Clinkscales in coordinating the efforts of the college scouting department.
Tubito enters his fourth season with the Jets and will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the video department. He spent the previous two seasons as the assistant director of video.
Gentile joins the Jets after spending the previous 11 seasons with Philadelphia as a senior producer for the Eagles Television Network. He will be responsible for the Jets' broadcast properties as well as Internet and game-day video content.
Scarnecchia enters his third season with the Jets. He spent the past two seasons as director of video and now transitions to multimedia production.