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Brett Greene

Brett Greene enters his first season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2017, working as the team’s video director.

Greene came to Tampa Bay from the University of Georgia, where he worked as the Director of Video Operations from 2011-16. With the Bulldogs, Greene oversaw all video software and equipment at the Butts-Mehre football facility, in addition to supervising the filming and editing of the team’s practices and games. In 2015, Greene was part of the Georgia video department that earned the Ultimate SAVVY Award and the SAVVY Award in the College Sports Video Association Recruiting category.

Prior to his time at Georgia, Greene spent nine seasons (2002-10) in the video department of the Jacksonville Jaguars, working under head coaches Tom Couglin and Jack Del Rio, while also working with Buccaneers Head Coach Dirk Koetter, who served as the Jaguars’ offensive coordinator from 2007-11.

A native of Jacksonville, Florida, Brett and his wife Meghan have two sons, Connor and Hudson.

Brett Greene enters his first season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2017, working as the team’s video director.

Greene came to Tampa Bay from the University of Georgia, where he worked as the Director of Video Operations from 2011-16. With the Bulldogs, Greene oversaw all video software and equipment at the Butts-Mehre football facility, in addition to supervising the filming and editing of the team’s practices and games. In 2015, Greene was part of the Georgia video department that earned the Ultimate SAVVY Award and the SAVVY Award in the College Sports Video Association Recruiting category.

Prior to his time at Georgia, Greene spent nine seasons (2002-10) in the video department of the Jacksonville Jaguars, working under head coaches Tom Couglin and Jack Del Rio, while also working with Buccaneers Head Coach Dirk Koetter, who served as the Jaguars’ offensive coordinator from 2007-11.

A native of Jacksonville, Florida, Brett and his wife Meghan have two sons, Connor and Hudson.