GREG NEJMEH is now in his 15th year with the New York Jets and his fourth as the pro personnel director. He has previously served as coordinator, pro scouting (2018), pro scout (2014-17) and a pro personnel assistant (2011-13) after initially joining the organization as a scouting intern (2009).
In his current role, Nejmeh is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the pro personnel department, the oversight of the free agency process and all pro player evaluations, including potential signings from the CFL and other pro leagues.
Nejmeh 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.
In-season, Nejmeh manages all potential free agent signings, monitoring daily league transactions and NFL practice squads for potential waiver claims, signings, or workouts. He also oversees free agency evaluations and cross-checks by both him and his staff for the upcoming league year.
Working closely with the coaching staff, Nejmeh and the pro personnel staff scout upcoming opponents, preparing and presenting the weekly advance report.
Nejmeh also assists the football administration department on transaction negotiations as well as leads the communication from pro personnel to all other necessary departments in the organization.
A graduate of The College of New Jersey with a degree in political science, Nejmeh played quarterback at TCNJ prior to becoming a student quarterback coach during his junior and senior year. He was inducted into Midland Park High School's Hall of Fame (2016) after a three-year career playing quarterback that saw him set every school passing record.
Nejmeh and his wife, Melissa, have three children, daughter, Kenzie, and sons, Mack and Tate.