|Date of birth:||January 1957 (age 64)|
|College:||Robert Morris University|
|High school:||North Catholic High School|
|2000–present||Pittsburgh Steelers General Manager|
|Career highlights and awards|
Kevin Colbert (born January 1957 in Pittsburgh) is the general manager of the National Football League's Pittsburgh Steelers since the start of 2000. He is widely credited with putting together the Super Bowl XL team in Pittsburgh along with owner Dan Rooney and coach Bill Cowher. Colbert grew up not far from Heinz Field on the city's northside and attended North Catholic High School and Robert Morris University. Prior to being hired by the Pittsburgh Steelers, he was employed as an advance scout for the Detroit Lions and the Miami Dolphins. He also worked as a Blesto Scout.
- Colbert Steelers' key guy behind the scenes By John Harris, TRIBUNE-REVIEW.
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