2015 NSD
TAMU Football BIO
 Gary Reynolds

Veteran football administrator Gary Reynolds is in his seventh season as Texas A&M’s director of football operations.

Birthday October 15, 1966
Hometown Missouri City, Texas
Wife Beth
Children Hannah, Olivia
College: Texas A&M, Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Distribution, 1988
Texas A&M, Master's Degree in Educational Administration, 1992
2012- Texas A&M, Director of Football Operations
2008-11 Texas A&M, Director of Football Operations/Research and Development
2003-07 Seattle Seahawks, Offensive Assistant/Quality Control
2001-02 Seattle Seahawks, Director of Football Administration
1999-00 Seattle Seahawks, Assistant to the General Manager
1996-98 Green Bay Packers, Offensive Assistant/Quality Control
1993-95 Green Bay Packers, Administrative Assistant for Football Operations
1992 Tennessee, Assistant Recruiting Coordinator
1991 Texas A&M, Graduate Assistant/Recruiting
2013 Chick-fil-A Bowl (Texas A&M
2013 Cotton Bowl (Texas A&M)
2011 Meinecke Car Care Bowl (Texas A&M)
2009 Independence Bowl (Texas A&M)
2006 Super Bowl XL (Seattle Seahawks)
2002 Senior Bowl
1998 Super Bowl XXXII (Green Bay Packers)
1997 Super Bowl XXXI (Green Bay Packers)
1996 Pro Bowl
1993 Hall of Fame Bowl (Tennessee)
1992 Cotton Bowl (Texas A&M)

Owner of two degrees from Texas A&M, Reynolds returned to his alma mater in 2008 to serve on Mike Sherman’s staff and was retained by Aggie head coach Kevin Sumlin in 2012.

Prior to returning to the college ranks, Reynolds played a key role in a trio of Super Bowl campaigns by two NFL teams — the 1997 and 1998 games with the Green Bay Packers and the 2006 Super Bowl with the Seattle Seahawks.

In 1993, Reynolds joined the Packers organization under Mike Holmgren as the administrative assistant for football operations from 1993-95. He spent the next three years as the offensive assistant and quality control coach for the Packers from 1996-98.

When Holmgren moved to the Seattle Seahawks he took Reynolds with him. Reynolds served in all areas of the Seahawks’ organization working closely with Holmgren as assistant to the general manager from 1999 and 2000 and then as director of football administration in 2001 and 2002 until he assumed the position of offensive assistant and quality control coach for Seattle from 2003-07.

Reynolds earned his bachelor’s degree in industrial distribution in 1988 from Texas A&M and completed work on his master’s degree in education administration in the spring of 1992. While completing his master’s degree, Reynolds assisted with the Aggies’ recruiting operation with Tim Cassidy.

Upon receiving his master’s degree, Reynolds accepted the assistant recruiting coordinator position at the University of Tennessee in 1992.

A native of Missouri City, Texas, Reynolds and his wife, Beth, have two daughters, Hannah and Olivia.


Position: Director of Football Operations
Hometown: Missouri City, Texas
Alma Mater: Texas A&M
Graduating Year: 1988
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