Staff

Rex Hogan, Vice President of Player Personnel 


Rex Hogan joins the Colts in his first season as vice president of player personnel. Hogan has 14 years of NFL experience and most recently served as the senior director of college scouting with the New York Jets for the last two years (2015-16). Prior to New York, he spent 12 years with the Chicago Bears. Hogan served as a national scout in his final three seasons with the Bears.

With the Jets, Hogan was part of staff that selected defensive tackle Leonard Williams and linebacker Darron Lee. Williams earned All-Rookie Team honors in 2015 and was selected to his first Pro Bowl in 2016. Lee ranked fourth on the Jets with 76 tackles as a rookie last season. With the Bears, Hogan assisted in the draft selections of running back Matt Forte, cornerback Kyle Fuller, defensive tackle Tommie Harris, wide receiver/kick returner Devin Hester, wide receiver Alshon Jeffery, tackle Kyle Long and tight end Greg Olsen. In 2006, Chicago reached Super Bowl XLI, but was defeated by Indianapolis, 29-17. Hogan and the Bears reached the NFC Championship Game in 2010, but fell to the Green Bay Packers.

Before entering the NFL, Hogan spent one season at the University of Utah working as the director of football operations under former head coach Urban Meyer. From 1998-2003, he served various roles in Notre Dame’s athletic department, including football intern, business intern, recruiting and operations. During his time at Notre Dame, the school produced several standouts and NFL Draft selections, including tight end John Carlson, center Jeff Faine, tight end Anthony Fasano, tackle Ryan Harris, tight end Maurice Stovall, defensive end Justin Tuck and San Francisco Giants pitcher Jeff Samardzija. Hogan, a native of Clarksville, Tenn., was a four-year member of the Austin Peay football team and graduated with a degree in public relations in 1995. He is married to Christy Yarnell Hogan, and they have three children, McKenna, Ryan and Erin.

Rex Hogan, Vice President of Player Personnel 


Rex Hogan joins the Colts in his first season as vice president of player personnel. Hogan has 14 years of NFL experience and most recently served as the senior director of college scouting with the New York Jets for the last two years (2015-16). Prior to New York, he spent 12 years with the Chicago Bears. Hogan served as a national scout in his final three seasons with the Bears.

With the Jets, Hogan was part of staff that selected defensive tackle Leonard Williams and linebacker Darron Lee. Williams earned All-Rookie Team honors in 2015 and was selected to his first Pro Bowl in 2016. Lee ranked fourth on the Jets with 76 tackles as a rookie last season. With the Bears, Hogan assisted in the draft selections of running back Matt Forte, cornerback Kyle Fuller, defensive tackle Tommie Harris, wide receiver/kick returner Devin Hester, wide receiver Alshon Jeffery, tackle Kyle Long and tight end Greg Olsen. In 2006, Chicago reached Super Bowl XLI, but was defeated by Indianapolis, 29-17. Hogan and the Bears reached the NFC Championship Game in 2010, but fell to the Green Bay Packers.

Before entering the NFL, Hogan spent one season at the University of Utah working as the director of football operations under former head coach Urban Meyer. From 1998-2003, he served various roles in Notre Dame’s athletic department, including football intern, business intern, recruiting and operations. During his time at Notre Dame, the school produced several standouts and NFL Draft selections, including tight end John Carlson, center Jeff Faine, tight end Anthony Fasano, tackle Ryan Harris, tight end Maurice Stovall, defensive end Justin Tuck and San Francisco Giants pitcher Jeff Samardzija. Hogan, a native of Clarksville, Tenn., was a four-year member of the Austin Peay football team and graduated with a degree in public relations in 1995. He is married to Christy Yarnell Hogan, and they have three children, McKenna, Ryan and Erin.