NEW YORK (AP) -The New York Jets have hired Scott Cohen for their newly created position of assistant general manager, according to a person with the team.
Cohen will work with general manager Mike Tannenbaum on day-to-day operations, the person said on condition of anonymity Friday night because the team hadn't yet announced the hiring.
Cohen, 39, spent the last seven seasons as Philadelphia's director of pro personnel.
The person with the team also said Jets player personnel director Terry Bradway and college scouting director Joey Clinkscales will be getting new titles with the team and their contracts are being finalized. JoJo Wooden will continue to direct the Jets' pro personnel department.
Cohen joined the Eagles in 2001 after spending the previous two seasons with Jacksonville as assistant director of pro scouting. Before joining the Jaguars, Cohen spent seven seasons in various capacities with Washington.

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