She is believed to be the top-ranking woman as an executive spying on the NFL team, according to an NFL spokesperson.
“Kelly is a rising star in the NFL and we are fortunate to add her talent to the Denver Broncos,” Broncos general manager George Paton said in a press release.
Paton said Kleine would report directly to him and serve as the primary coordinator for the Broncos’ football operations.She is also responsible for both professional and college scouting, he said.
Klein will engage with the team’s HR department, which includes free player assessments, NFL drafting and agency arrangements, as well as daily football management. She will also oversee Denver’s video and equipment division following the release.
“From working with her for nine years in Minnesota, Kelly has a strong understanding of all aspects of football operations and player rating, along with outstanding leadership qualities,” Paton said at the opening. body “She will be a tremendous resource with her experience in the professional field and college, as well as her knowledge of the scoring scale and our football calendar.”
Prior to being hired from Denver, Klein worked for the Minnesota Vikings for nearly a decade, most recently as manager of the College’s Players / Scouts team.
She started as a Viking public relations intern in 2012 and moved on to the position following the opening. Klein’s responsibilities with the Vikings included scouting college players from Minnesota, Wisconsin, Montana and Dakotas.
After nine years with Vikings, Wisconsin Sheboygan enters her tenth season in the NFL with the Broncos.