Dan Zbojovsky is in his 15th year with the Jets and his third as the director, personnel operations. In his role, he is responsible for implementing the protocols of the pro and college scouting departments. He works to develop scouting tools and manage player information used to facilitate the scouting process, including the scouting combine, free agency and the NFL Draft. Additionally, he evaluates players both in the NFL and at colleges throughout the country.
Originally joining the Jets in 2007 as a seasonal intern in the video department, Zbojovsky joined the scouting department as an intern in pro personnel the following year, before being hired as a player personnel assistant (2008), working in both the pro and college scouting departments and assisting the football administration department and coaching staff. In his previous role, he was the coordinator, college scouting (2009-18), where he managed the dayto-day operations that led up to the NFL Draft and served in various scouting capacities for both the college and pro personnel departments.
Born in Trenton, NJ, Zbojovsky graduated Magna Cum Laude with a bachelor's degree in health and exercise science from The College of New Jersey (2007), where he spent three years as a video coordinator and one season as a student-assistant coach for the football team.
Zbojovsky and his wife, Kelly, reside in Randolph, NJ with their daughter, Avery, and son, Evan.