Scott Pioli

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Scott Pioli was born on 31 March, 1965 in Washingtonville, New York, United States. Discover Scott Pioli’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 55 years old?

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Age55 years old
Zodiac SignAries
Born31 March 1965
Birthday31 March
BirthplaceWashingtonville, New York, United States
NationalityUnited States

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His wife is Dallas Pioli (m. 1999)

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Scott Pioli Net Worth

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Timeline of Scott Pioli


He recently spoke at Washingtonville’s 2015 graduation, where his niece Taylor Rose Casey was a graduate.


Pioli was hired as the assistant GM of the Falcons on January 22, 2014. The team announced his resignation on May 16, 2019.

Pioli was inducted into the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame in 2014.


The Chiefs were 7–9 in the 2011 season. Chiefs main passing receiver Tony Moeaki was injured in the last preseason game (against Green Bay which the Chiefs lost 20–19. The Chiefs were 4–3 in Week 8 after a four-game winning streak. Matt Cassel broke his hand in Week 13 in a loss against Denver and was out for the remainder of the season. After a 37–10 loss to the New York Jets in Week 14, Pioli fired coach Haley and elevated defense coordinator Crennel to acting coach. In Week 15, the Chiefs stunned the defending Super Bowl champion Packers 19–14 in the Packers only defeat of the regular season. The Chiefs remained mathematically eligible for the AFC West championship in a weak division clear to the next to the last week of the season and they defeated the eventual AFC West winner Denver Broncos in the final game of the season.

Pioli’s final year in Kansas City was fraught with controversy and fan unrest as the Chiefs floundered to franchise-worst 2–14 season in 2012, securing their first #1 pick in team history.

Both Crennel and Pioli were fired at the end of the season; Pioli was formally fired on January 4, 2013.

The Chiefs had six players on the 2013 Pro Bowl team (Eric Berry, strong safety; Jamaal Charles, running back who set various NFL and franchise records during the season; Dustin Colquitt, punter; Tamba Hali, outside linebacker; Derrick Johnson, inside/middle linebacker); Justin Houston, outside linebacker). Berry and Hali were designated starters. However, only two of the six players were acquired by Pioli. Only three NFL teams had more Pro Bowl picks San Francisco (9), Houston (8), New England (7). The three teams made the playoffs.

He currently serves on the board of directors for various non-profit foundations including The Alliance Theater in Atlanta and College for Every Student (CFES), a national non-profit organization that partners with public schools in high-need communities to raise student aspirations and performance. Pioli has also established and endowed scholarship at his alma mater, Central Connecticut State University for students that have been named CFES Scholars. While in Kansas City, he and his wife were very involved with The Children’s Place and they served as Co-Chairs for their 2013 Gala.


Pioli was the first person to confront Jovan Belcher on December 1, 2012. He walked to the entrance of the team’s practice area, adjoining Arrowhead, pointing to where Belcher had a gun pointed at his head. Belcher had killed his girlfriend a few minutes earlier. Pioli was joined by Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel. Belcher shot himself in the head and was reported to have told Pioli, “I came here to tell you thank you…Thank you for my chance. I love you, bro.” Pioli had signed Belcher as an undrafted free agent in 2009 and gave a eulogy at Belcher’s Kansas City funeral service.


Following the season, Pioli hired former Notre Dame head coach Charlie Weis as offensive coordinator and former Cleveland Browns head coach Romeo Crennel as defensive coordinator; both held the same roles in New England for each of the three Super Bowl winning seasons during Pioli’s tenure with the Patriots. In 2010, the Chiefs won their first AFC West division title since 2003 and completed the season 10–6. The move from worst to first in the AFC West earned him NFL Executive of the Year honors.


After the 2008 Patriots season, Pioli was interviewed by the Cleveland Browns to replace the recently fired Phil Savage as the team’s general manager. Though initially seen as a long-shot, Pioli was also interviewed by the Kansas City Chiefs and was reportedly the number one candidate to succeed Carl Peterson as general manager. The Chiefs confirmed that Pioli was hired on January 13, 2009. Later that day, Belichick released the following statement to the press:

Pioli was introduced at a press conference in Kansas City the following day. On January 23, 2009, Pioli fired head coach Herman Edwards. To replace Edwards, Pioli hired Arizona Cardinals offensive coordinator Todd Haley as head coach on February 5, 2009.

On June 24, 2009, announced its All-Decade Moments naming Scott Pioli Personnel Man of the Decade. “No one in the league does a better job of scouting their own team, and [at the Patriots] Pioli was orchestrating all of that.”


In 2007, the Patriots finished their regular season with a 16-0 record, a first in NFL history. The team advanced to Super Bowl XLII but lost famously to the New York Giants 17–14 and failed to finish the season with a perfect 19–0 record. Prior to the season, Pioli executed trades to acquire wide receivers Wes Welker and Randy Moss, both of whom helped the Patriots set multiple NFL records on offense.


Pioli is the youngest and one of only three NFL executives to win the Sporting News’ George Young NFL Executive of the Year Award in consecutive years, a feat he accomplished after winning the award for the second straight year following the 2004 season.


Pioli and his wife Dallas have a daughter named Mia Costa. Mia was born in 2003 while Pioli was with the New England Patriots. She now attends The Lovett School in Atlanta, Georgia. Dallas is the daughter of former NFL head coach Bill Parcells.


In his tenure with the Patriots, Pioli earned promotions from Assistant Director of Player Personnel to Director of Player Personnel in 2001, and to Vice President of Player Personnel in 2002. Also, Pioli earned a contract extension in 2005 after being pursued by several NFL teams to become general manager.


When Belichick accepted the Patriots’ head coaching position in 2000, Pioli became vice president of player personnel. The two eventually became the first personnel director/head coach tandem in league annals to win three Super Bowls during a four-year span (2001–2004). He and Belichick split the duties usually held by a general manager on most other NFL teams, though Belichick had the final say.

Pioli’s skills as a talent evaluator helped create a consistent championship contender in New England. He was regularly recognized for his ability to build a team, not simply collecting individual talent, helping to make the Patriots a “model franchise.” From 2000–2008, the Patriots had an NFL-best record of 102–42 (.708) and registered 14 playoff victories. Pioli worked in close coordination with Belichick, bringing players to the Patriots who fit into the framework of the club’s team concept. Pioli and Belichick’s teams were noted for the depth of talent at all the positions and used an effective combination of draft picks, free-agent signings, and trades to continually upgrade their roster. The most-notable selection in an NFL Draft by Pioli and Belichick was quarterback Tom Brady, who was chosen 199th overall in the 2000 NFL Draft.


In 1997, Pioli rejoined Belichick and was hired by the New York Jets as the team’s Director of Pro Personnel. Pioli was credited with the signing of a number of veteran free agents, including Kevin Mawae, Vinny Testaverde and Bryan Cox, who played critical roles in the Jets’ rebuilding process which helped the team rebound from a 1–15 record in 1996 to a 12–4 record in 1998. The 1998 Jets recorded a franchise-high 12 wins and their first division title since 1968.


In Cleveland, Pioli was responsible for the evaluation of both college prospects and veteran free agents, as well as negotiating various player contracts. When the Browns moved to Baltimore after the 1995 season, Pioli stayed with the team and was promoted to Pro Personnel Coordinator for the Ravens’ 1996 season and was part of the personnel staff that drafted HOFer Jonathan Ogden and Ray Lewis.


In 1992, Pioli was hired as a pro personnel assistant by Bill Belichick, then the head coach of the Cleveland Browns. Pioli’s relationship with Belichick dated back to the mid-1980s, when as a student at Central Connecticut, Pioli would drive 90 minutes to the New York Giants training camp. Through a mutual friend, Pioli was introduced to then-Giants defensive coordinator Belichick, who was impressed at Pioli’s dedication to travel to each practice and offered him a place to stay.


Pioli served as a graduate assistant with the Syracuse football team from 1988 to 1989. In 1990, he began a two-year stint at Murray State University as an offensive line coach in his first year (1990) and as a defensive line coach in his second year (1991).


Pioli grew up in Washingtonville, New York and attended Washingtonville High School, where he played linebacker and defensive line before graduating in 1983. Between 1983 and 1988 he attended Central Connecticut State University, graduating in 1988 with a degree in communications. He was a three-time Division II All-New England selection as a defensive tackle. In 2005, Central Connecticut inducted Pioli into their hall of fame. In 1988, after graduating with a degree in communications, he accepted a two-year graduate assistant position at Syracuse University, where he also earned a master’s degree from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.


Scott Pioli (born March 31, 1965) is an American football executive who most recently worked as the Assistant General Manager for the Atlanta Falcons. He was an NFL analyst for NBC Sports’ Football Night in America, NBC Sports Network’s Pro Football Talk, Sirius XM NFL Radio and the NFL Network. He previously served as a front office executive for the Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens, New York Jets, New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs. Pioli served as the Director – and later Vice President – of Player Personnel for the Patriots from 2001 to 2008 when the franchise won three Super Bowl championships.