ANDREW BERRY VICE PRESIDENT OF FOOTBALL OPERATIONS
Andrew Berry was hired by the Eagles
as vice president of football operations
during the 2019 offseason and came to
Philadelphia from the Cleveland Browns
where he served as the vice president
of player personnel from 2016-18.
While in Cleveland, Berry led all talent
evaluation efforts for the Browns, including
college prospects and professional players.
Prior to his time with the Browns, Berry
worked for the Indianapolis Colts for
seven years (2009-15). During his tenure in
Indianapolis, the Colts won four AFC South
titles, made five postseason appearances, and
advanced to Super Bowl XLIV. He was originally
hired by Indianapolis as a scouting assistant
and was promoted to pro scout in 2011. One
year later, he was elevated to pro scouting
coordinator and served in that role for his final
four seasons with the club. In that role, Berry
managed the Colts’ free agency approach,
scouted NFL opponents and evaluated pro
players. He also assisted with college scouting,
prepared for the NFL Draft, and participated
in contract negotiations during free agency.
Berry graduated from Harvard University cum
laude with a bachelor’s degree in economics
and a master’s degree in computer science.
He also played football for the Crimson, where
he started all four years at cornerback and
earned both All-Ivy League and All-America
honors. Berry finished his college career
with 125 tackles and five interceptions.
While in college, Berry was named one
of five finalists for the John Wooden
Citizenship Cup, which is awarded to the
nation’s highest-achieving student-athlete
who best displays character, teamwork, and
citizenship. He was also a finalist for the
Draddy Trophy as the national scholar-athlete
of the year and was named the 2009 Football
Championship Subdivision Athletic Director
Association Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
GREG DELIMITROS VICE PRESIDENT OF EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS
Greg Delimitros enters his 16th season
with the Eagles and has been promoted to
vice president of equipment operations.
Delimitros originally joined the Eagles in
2004 as the team’s assistant equipment
manager and was named head equipment
manager in 2012. After three seasons in
that role, Delimitros was promoted to
director of equipment operations in 2015.
Delimitros spent his first eight seasons with
the team as the assistant equipment manager.
Delimitros is responsible for outfitting
Eagles players, coaches, and staff, purchasing
equipment, and maintaining the team’s
locker room facilities at both the NovaCare
Complex and Lincoln Financial Field. He
also handles the transportation of all
the team’s equipment for each game.
A native of Medford, NY, he earned a
B.S. degree in business management
from Stony Brook University in 2002
and a M.S. degree in athletic coaching
education from West Virginia in 2003.
While at West Virginia, Delimitros served
as a graduate football equipment manager
for the Mountaineers from 2002-03. He
was the head student equipment manager
at Stony Brook from 1998-2002.
Delimitros is married and resides in
Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
PATRICK DOLAN VICE PRESIDENT OF FOOTBALL TECHNOLOGY
After 25 years working within the field of
sports video and technology, Patrick Dolan
was named the team’s director of football
technology during the 2013 offseason. Dolan
is responsible for overseeing the video
department and maximizing the football
technologies used by the coaches, players, and
personnel departments on a day-to-day basis.
Prior to joining the Eagles, Dolan was the
NFL account manager for DVSport, Inc.
(2009-2013) and was involved in developing
the Sideline Viewing System that has been
implemented within the NFL since 2012.
From 1998-2009, Dolan served as the video
director for the Cleveland Browns, where
he established the entire video operation of
the expansion Browns. During his tenure in
Cleveland, Dolan was honored by his peers
and voted as a member of the NFL Video
Directors Committee, which worked with the
NFL league office and Competition Committee
on league-based technology decisions.
Prior to his time with the Browns, Dolan
served as the assistant video director
and quality control assistant for the
Pittsburgh Steelers from 1988-97.
Dolan holds a B.S. degree in business
administration/accounting from the University
of Pittsburgh. He worked as a graduate
assistant football coach for the Panthers
from 1987-88. He and his wife, Tammy,
reside in West Chester, Pennsylvania with
their daughters, Jenna, Julia, and Kaleigh.
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