Tony Khan is one of the most successful and busiest business tycoons today as not only is he All Elite Wrestling’s President and CEO. He is also the Executive Vice President of Football Administration and Technology for the Jacksonville Jaguars, which is an NFL team owned and purchased in 2011 by his father, Shad Khan. Shad is also the Lead Investor of All Elite Wrestling.
Not only is Tony Khan the EVP of Football Administration and Technology for the Jaguars, but he is also the Vice Chairman and Director of Football Operations for the Fulham Football Club. Which is a pro soccer team based in London also owned and purchased by his father, Shad Khan, in 2013. Aside from these roles, Tony Khan is also listed as an owner for both the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Fulham Football Club.
According to Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer, it is expected and was even noted by those close to Tony Khan in the NFL that this coming 2020 will see him have an even bigger role with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Jacksonville Jaguars will reportedly undergo a number of significant changes in 2020, but those changes already started last week when Shad Khan fired Executive Vice President of Football Operations Tom Coughlin. The Jacksonville Jaguars finished with a record of 6-10 in the AFC South division.
There is no word yet on how big exactly Tony Khan’s upcoming role will be with the Jaguars moving forward, but it was reported by Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer that his new role will play a huge part in the makeover and new direction of the team as they look to bounce back in 2020 and beyond.
You can check out Albert Breer’s post below:
One thing to add to my Jaguars story: @TonyKhan becomes a name to watch as they plan for the future. Those in NFL circles expect the SVP of football technology and analytics (and owner’s son) to have an increased role going forward. https://t.co/ODC4kTcvSE— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) December 21, 2019