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Jon Dubé
Vice President of Football Video Operations

Biography

Jon Dubé, who is in his 34th season with the organization, was promoted to the Ravens’ vice president of football video operations in 2016. Dubé runs the football video department with director of football video operations Mark Bienvenu and manager Collin Ferguson. The group works closely with the coaching staff to provide footage of the team’s practices and games and opponent game film from the NFL’s Club Game Exchange Network.

— Highlights —

1996-2016: (with Baltimore) 2016: Is serving his sixth-straight season on the six-man NFL Video Directors Committee, helping implement the league’s cutting-edge and ever-changing gameday technology...Has also provided leadership for the NFL when teams transferred from standard definition to high definition video, in addition to the NFL’s partnership with Microsoft for the Surface tablet sideline video technology...Also works closely with the league’s Competition Committee on NFL rules and regulations. 2014: Promoted to senior director of football video operations. 2012: Earned his second Super Bowl ring following the team’s victory over the 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII. 2004: Transitioned the team into digital video, which provided the coaches easier access to the video data...Through their computer software, coaches are able to create their own cut-ups of practices and games, making the process more streamlined. 2000: Provided tape for the coaching staff and players of the Super Bowl XXXV Championship team. 1996: Was invited by owner Art Modell to join the team in the move to Baltimore as the team’s director of football video operations.

1983-1995: (with Cleveland) 1985: Was named the assistant film/video director for the Browns. 1983: Joined the Browns in the facilities and field maintenance department.

 

— Personal —

Jon and his wife, Diane, have two sons: Brian, who served two tours for the U.S. Army – one in Iraq and one in Afghanistan – and is working toward his college degree, and Jacob, who works as a marketing assistant at teamzila.com...The Dubés also are the proud parents of three Scottish Terriers: Angus, MacKenzie and Malcolm.

Jon Dubé, who is in his 34th season with the organization, was promoted to the Ravens’ vice president of football video operations in 2016. Dubé runs the football video department with director of football video operations Mark Bienvenu and manager Collin Ferguson. The group works closely with the coaching staff to provide footage of the team’s practices and games and opponent game film from the NFL’s Club Game Exchange Network.

— Highlights —

1996-2016: (with Baltimore) 2016: Is serving his sixth-straight season on the six-man NFL Video Directors Committee, helping implement the league’s cutting-edge and ever-changing gameday technology...Has also provided leadership for the NFL when teams transferred from standard definition to high definition video, in addition to the NFL’s partnership with Microsoft for the Surface tablet sideline video technology...Also works closely with the league’s Competition Committee on NFL rules and regulations. 2014: Promoted to senior director of football video operations. 2012: Earned his second Super Bowl ring following the team’s victory over the 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII. 2004: Transitioned the team into digital video, which provided the coaches easier access to the video data...Through their computer software, coaches are able to create their own cut-ups of practices and games, making the process more streamlined. 2000: Provided tape for the coaching staff and players of the Super Bowl XXXV Championship team. 1996: Was invited by owner Art Modell to join the team in the move to Baltimore as the team’s director of football video operations.

1983-1995: (with Cleveland) 1985: Was named the assistant film/video director for the Browns. 1983: Joined the Browns in the facilities and field maintenance department.

 

— Personal —

Jon and his wife, Diane, have two sons: Brian, who served two tours for the U.S. Army – one in Iraq and one in Afghanistan – and is working toward his college degree, and Jacob, who works as a marketing assistant at teamzila.com...The Dubés also are the proud parents of three Scottish Terriers: Angus, MacKenzie and Malcolm.

 
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