Omar Khan (administrator)
|Date of birth||February 7, 1977|
|High school||Archbishop Rummel High School '94 (Metarie, LA)|
|1997–2001||New Orleans Saints football operations|
|2001–2011||Pittsburgh Steelers Football Administration Coordinator|
|2011–2016||Pittsburgh Steelers Director of Football Administration|
|2016–present||Pittsburgh Steelers Vice President of Football & Business Administration|
|Career highlights and awards|
His mother is a native of Honduras and his father is from India. He was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. After graduating 1994 from Archbishop Rummel High School in Metairie, he matriculated to Tulane University from which he earned a degree in Sports Management with a minor in Business Administration in 3 1⁄2 years.
As a student, Khan worked with the Tulane football team as an Undergraduate Assistant. Following his time with the Tulane Football program, Khan served as a Scouting/Personnel Intern with the New Orleans Saints. Once he graduated in 1997, he was brought on in a full-time role by the Saints in the Football Operations Department. He worked his way up the ladder in New Orleans by diligently handling anything that was asked of him.
In 2001 he was hired by the Steelers in the Football Operations/Player Personnel Department. In that role he has helped to assemble two Super Bowl winners. Along with General Manager Kevin Colbert, in 13 seasons they have drafted and signed/extended 23 Pro Bowl Players. 
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- "Rummel alum Omar Khan, '94, seeking to keep Steelers "super"" (PDF). Archbishop Rummel High School. February 2009. Retrieved 2009-02-20.
- "Front Office". Pittsburgh Steelers. Retrieved July 31, 2011.
- "Steelers front office has Crescent City connection". New Orleans Times-Picayune. February 8, 2009. Retrieved 2009-02-20.
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