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Chad Alexander
Assistant Director Of Pro Personnel

Biography

CHAD ALEXANDER is in his 19th season with the club, including his ninth as assistant director of pro personnel. He works closely with director of pro personnel Vincent Newsome in evaluating NFL talent, providing advance scouting reports on upcoming opponents for the coaching staff, and assisting with free agent workouts. Prior to his current role, Alexander spent six years as a college area scout, covering three different regions of the country for the Ravens. For eight years, he annually represented the Ravens at the NFL Draft, when it was held in New York City.

1999-2017:(with Baltimore) 2014-17: Ravens signed key free agents CB Brandon Carr, S Tony Jefferson and WR Jeremy Maclin (2017), WR Mike Wallace and S Eric Weddle (2016), and WR Steve Smith Sr. and RB Justin Forsett (2014) to bolster the club. 2010: Ravens traded for Pro Bowl WR Anquan Boldin. 2009: Promoted to assistant director of pro personnel following the ’09 draft...Team selected third-round pick CB Lardarius Webb (Nicholls State) from Chad’s ’08 scouting region (Southeast). 2008: Alexander transitioned to the Southeast area after the NFL Draft in April. 2005-07: Spent three seasons as Baltimore’s Midwest area scout. 2003-04: Spent two years as the team’s West area scout…During that time, the Ravens picked a number of players from his area, including OLB Terrell Suggs, the 2011 Defensive Player of the Year. 1999-2002: Helped pro personnel staff scout free agents and assisted with advance scouting reports of opponents...Also monitored NFL practice squads, ranking players for potential signings...Assigned to scout colleges across the country for cross-checking duties. 1999: Joined the Ravens as a pro personnel assistant.

College/Personal: Played FB at Wake Forest for four years...Earned a degree in communications...Worked for a year at an elementary school for children with behavioral disorders in Minneapolis, MN…Was an All-District football selection at Coppell (TX) HS...Also ran track for the Coppell Cowboys...Son of the late Hubbard Alexander, a former NFL WRs coach who won two championships while coaching receivers at the University of Miami (1983 and 1987) and three while coaching the Dallas Cowboys’ receivers (1992, 1993 and 1995)...Chad and his wife, Liz, have three daughters, Morgan (15), Chloe (9) and Charlotte (5).

CHAD ALEXANDER is in his 19th season with the club, including his ninth as assistant director of pro personnel. He works closely with director of pro personnel Vincent Newsome in evaluating NFL talent, providing advance scouting reports on upcoming opponents for the coaching staff, and assisting with free agent workouts. Prior to his current role, Alexander spent six years as a college area scout, covering three different regions of the country for the Ravens. For eight years, he annually represented the Ravens at the NFL Draft, when it was held in New York City.

1999-2017:(with Baltimore) 2014-17: Ravens signed key free agents CB Brandon Carr, S Tony Jefferson and WR Jeremy Maclin (2017), WR Mike Wallace and S Eric Weddle (2016), and WR Steve Smith Sr. and RB Justin Forsett (2014) to bolster the club. 2010: Ravens traded for Pro Bowl WR Anquan Boldin. 2009: Promoted to assistant director of pro personnel following the ’09 draft...Team selected third-round pick CB Lardarius Webb (Nicholls State) from Chad’s ’08 scouting region (Southeast). 2008: Alexander transitioned to the Southeast area after the NFL Draft in April. 2005-07: Spent three seasons as Baltimore’s Midwest area scout. 2003-04: Spent two years as the team’s West area scout…During that time, the Ravens picked a number of players from his area, including OLB Terrell Suggs, the 2011 Defensive Player of the Year. 1999-2002: Helped pro personnel staff scout free agents and assisted with advance scouting reports of opponents...Also monitored NFL practice squads, ranking players for potential signings...Assigned to scout colleges across the country for cross-checking duties. 1999: Joined the Ravens as a pro personnel assistant.

College/Personal: Played FB at Wake Forest for four years...Earned a degree in communications...Worked for a year at an elementary school for children with behavioral disorders in Minneapolis, MN…Was an All-District football selection at Coppell (TX) HS...Also ran track for the Coppell Cowboys...Son of the late Hubbard Alexander, a former NFL WRs coach who won two championships while coaching receivers at the University of Miami (1983 and 1987) and three while coaching the Dallas Cowboys’ receivers (1992, 1993 and 1995)...Chad and his wife, Liz, have three daughters, Morgan (15), Chloe (9) and Charlotte (5).

 
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