Director of Pro Personnel, Kansas City Chiefs
Will Lewis joined the Seahawks' football operations staff as the team's Director of Pro Personnel on May 20, 1999, following three years with the Green Bay Packers (1997-99) scouting department. During his tenure with the Seahawks, Lewis served as Vice President of Football Operations from 2010-2011, and Director of Pro Personnel from 1999-2010.
With the Packers, he worked closely with Seahawks' Executive Vice President & Head Coach Mike Holmgren. From 1998-99, Lewis served as the Packers' Assistant Director of Pro Personnel, following one year as a pro scout. Prior to his work with the Packers, Lewis was a defensive assistant coach for the Atlanta Falcons, under June Jones, from 1995-96.
Lewis, signed by the Seahawks as an undrafted free agent cornerback in 1980 out of Millersville State (Pa.), played in 26 games returning 45 kickoffs for a 21.4-yard average and 56 punts for an 8.0-yard average, including a 75-yard touchdown, as a rookie versus the Denver Broncos. Following his Seahawks career, Lewis played three seasons with the Houston Gamblers of the USFL from 1983-85, and three seasons (1986-89) in the Canadian Football League.
Lewis began his coaching career in the NFL Europe League with the New York/New Jersey Knights from 1991-92. He also coached defensive backs at his alma mater, Millersville State, from 1992-93, before brief stints at the University of Maine (1994) and the University of West Virginia (1995).
Lewis and his wife, Kimmberly, have three sons; Ryan, and twins Drew & Troy and a daughter Krysta.