TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Alabama coach Nick Saban announced Wednesday the return of Ed Marynowitz to the Crimson Tide’s staff as associate athletics director for football.
Marynowitz will work with Alabama’s player personnel department and football operations while assisting with athletic administration.
“Ed did an outstanding job during his time with us at Alabama, and we are extremely excited to have him return to our staff,” Saban said in a news release. “He brings a wealth of knowledge from both the NFL and collegiate level and will be a tremendous asset to our program.”
In 2015, Marynowitz served as the Philadelphia Eagles vice president of player personnel. He oversaw the Eagles’ player personnel department, ran their pro and college scouting office and handled preparation for the NFL draft and free agency. He joined the Eagles staff in 2012 as the assistant director of pro scouting and was later promoted to assistant director of player personnel.
“This was a unique opportunity to return to The University of Alabama and one that I am very excited about,” Marynowitz said in the release. “Alabama has always been a special place for me and working for coach Saban again was an opportunity I couldn’t pass up.”
Marynowitz joined Alabama’s staff in December 2008 and spent the next four seasons as its director of player personnel.