The Kansas City Chiefs made three changes to their personnel staff Tuesday afternoon, including the promotion of Mike Borgonzi to Director of Player Personnel.
Borgonzi, who is set to begin his ninth season with the Chiefs, was promoted to Co-Director of Player Personnel prior to the 2015 season after serving two seasons as the club's Assistant Director of Pro Scouting (2013-14). He also worked for two years as a Pro Personnel scout (2011-12), and one year as the team's Manager of Football Operations (2010).
Borgonzi joined the Chiefs in 2009 as the team's college scouting administrator. He was a four-year starter as a fullback at Brown University, earning All-Ivy League honors three times.
The Chiefs also hired Michael Davis as a personnel executive.
Davis brings a wealth of experience with almost two decades in the league as a personnel guy, spending time recently with the Philadelphia Eagles, and before that a long time with the New York Jets. During his career, Davis has worked as an area scout, assistant director of college scouting, and assisted in pro personnel operations as well.
Davis played collegiately at Virginia State University, where he's a member of the school's Hall of Fame after a standout career at wide receiver.
The Chiefs also hired David Hinson as an Area Scout.
Hinson also brings a ton of experience to the Chiefs having served recently as an area scout for the Philadelphia Eagles, and before that, the New York Jets, Cleveland Browns, New Orleans Saints and Buffalo Bills.
Hinson played collegiately at the University of Buffalo.