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Staff Directory

Keith Kidd
Director of Pro Personnel

Keith Kidd is in his 18th year working in the NFL in 2012 and begins his fourth year as the Denver Broncos’ director of pro personnel. A member of the personnel department that helped build the New England Patriots’ back-to-back Super Bowl-champion teams from 2003-04, Kidd joined the Broncos on Feb. 20, 2009.

Kidd gained 14 years of experience in the NFL with New England (2002-04), Cleveland (1999-2001) and Arizona (1991-98). He spent three seasons as an NFL analyst for ESPN’s scouting organization, Scouts Inc., and also wrote columns for ESPN.com before he was hired by the Broncos.

Keith Kidd is in his 18th year working in the NFL in 2012 and begins his fourth year as the Denver Broncos’ director of pro personnel. A member of the personnel department that helped build the New England Patriots’ back-to-back Super Bowl-champion teams from 2003-04, Kidd joined the Broncos on Feb. 20, 2009.

Kidd gained 14 years of experience in the NFL with New England (2002-04), Cleveland (1999-2001) and Arizona (1991-98). He spent three seasons as an NFL analyst for ESPN’s scouting organization, Scouts Inc., and also wrote columns for ESPN.com before he was hired by the Broncos.

As assistant director of pro personnel with the Patriots from 2002-04, Kidd worked with Head Coach Bill Belichick and personnel director Scott Pioli, helping the club to back-to-back Super Bowl wins during the 2003 and ‘04 seasons (XXXVIII and XXXIX). New England owned the best overall record (43-11 / .796) in the NFL during that three-year period and won a league-record 21 consecutive games from 2003-04.

Kidd was part of the Browns’ re-entry into the NFL in 1999 as their director of pro personnel and worked in that capacity through the 2001 season. He oversaw the scouting of NFL players as well as the advance scouting of each upcoming opponent for Cleveland while assisting with the signing of free agents and the negotiating of player contracts.

Before joining the Browns, Kidd spent eight years with the Cardinals’ scouting department from 1991-98 and also handled additional responsibilities for the club during that time.

He began his career as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, Eastern Kentucky University, in 1987 and worked at the school through the ‘88 campaign. He spent 1989-90 as a graduate assistant at Arizona State University, where he worked with the Sun Devils’ defensive backs.

Born in Richmond, Ky., Kidd is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky with a master’s degree in sports administration and a bachelor’s degree in physical education.

His father, Roy Kidd, spent 39 seasons as the head coach for EKU from 1964-2002 and was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2003. Roy Kidd retired in 2002 with the sixth-most wins (314 / 314-124-8 overall record) of any coach in Division I or Division I-AA history. Eastern Kentucky’s football stadium and its conference’s annual coach of the year award are named in his honor.

Keith and his wife, Laura, have one son, Kody.