NEW YORK (AP) — Tim Davey, the NFL's director of football operations, has died. He was 58.
Davey was an employee of the New York Jets and the NFL for a total of 33 years. He died on Wednesday.
Davey joined the NFL in 1991 in the league's game operations department. He supervised the logistics for stadium communications systems for teams and sideline personnel. He also served as the league's coordinator of stadium operations and field matters, and was in charge of operations at AFC and NFC championship games and led Pro Bowl operations, working closely with the coaching staffs and players.