Whaley wasted no time putting his own stamp on the organization.
The Bills announced the hiring of Jim Monos as director of player personnel and Kelvin Fisher as director of college scouting.
Monos spent the past eight years serving a key role as Southeast college scout for the New Orleans Saints. He becomes Whaley’s right-hand man, overseeing pro and college scouting.
Fisher, who spent the past 13 years as a college scout with the Steelers, becomes the Bills’ new director of college scouting. Chuck Cook, who held that title with the Bills the past two years, gets demoted to the role of national college scout.
Whaley was quick to make some changes to the scouting hierarchy. Anybody know anything about these guys beyond the above?
EDIT: I just found a good article from Jay Skurski answering my question. Here are a couple excerpts...
Monos steps into the role that Whaley previously held, overseeing both the pro personnel and college scouting departments. “I’ve known him for a while. He’s an incredible talent evaluator and he will be important for us on the road, seeing the top talent,” Whaley said of Monos, who comes to the Bills after spending the past eight seasons as a scout with the New Orleans Saints....
Fisher has spent the last 13 years with the Pittsburgh Steelers as a college scout. Fisher started with the Steelers in 2000, a year after Whaley. “I’ve been with him for a long time so he knows the process that I’m going to implement,” Whaley said.
Edited by hondo in seattle, 17 May 2013 - 01:01 AM.