DOM GREEN is in his ninth year with the New York Jets and sixth as a national scout after joining the organization in 2015. He has been responsible for scouting first-round selections of Jamal Adams, Quinnen Williams, Mekhi Becton, Sauce Gardner and Garrett Wilson. Received the 2022 AFC BART Award, voted on by peer scouts.
Green was part of a scouting staff who drafted both the Offensive and Defensive Rookies of the Year in 2022, marking just the third time in NFL history a team has had both in the same year.
Prior to the Jets, he spent the previous six years with the Kansas City Chiefs (2009-14). With Kansas City, Green was promoted to assistant director of college scouting under Andy Reid after three years as the Eastern regional scout and one year as the Southeast area scout. He spent three seasons with Tampa Bay (2006-08) as the Southeast area scout before joining the Chiefs. He earned his first NFL job as a strength intern for the Miami Dolphins in 1996 under Hall of Fame Coach Jimmy Johnson.
Green coached for seven years at Southwest Mississippi Community College (1999-2005), the last five as the head coach (2001-05). Prior to that, he had two stints with Middle Tennessee State as an assistant coach (1995, 1997-98) and was a graduate assistant at the University of Mississippi (1992-94).
While attending Mississippi College, Green was a member of the football squad playing center/guard for two years. He graduated with both a bachelor's and master's degree from the college. Married to wife, Jennifer, the couple have a son, Jack, and daughter, Mary Lauren.