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Sean Gustus

Sean Gustus
Personal information
Date of birth (1979-01-28) January 28, 1979 (ageĀ 35)
Place of birth Oxon Hill, Maryland
Career information
Position(s) Area Scout
College Richmond
Team(s) as a coach/administrator
2002

2003

2004

2012-present
New England Patriots
(College Scouting Assistant)
New England Patriots
(Offensive Coaching Assistant)
Philadelphia Eagles
(College Scout)
St. Louis Rams
(Area Scout)

Sean Gustus (born January 28, 1979 in Oxon Hill, Maryland) is a currently an American football college scout for the St. Louis Rams of the National Football League. Prior to joining the Rams, Gustus was a scout for the Philadelphia Eagles. After graduating from DeMatha Catholic High School in Hyattsville, Maryland, where he was a teammate of Eagles running back Brian Westbrook, Gustus attended the University of Richmond and was a two-year starter at quarterback in 2000 and 2001. He began his coaching and scouting career in 2002 with the New England Patriots as a college scouting assistant with special teams quality control duties. He then spent a year as a Patriots offensive coaching assistant in 2003. After the season, the Patriots granted permission for the Eagles and their Vice President of Player Personnel Tom Heckert, who called Gustus a "young up-and-comer,"[1] to interview Gustus for a scouting job in their organization. He was hired by the team originally as a northeast scout and has since moved to scouting the southeast. Sean currently resides in Calvert County, Maryland with his wife Shadawn and their three beautiful children.

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  • Philadelphia Eagles Biography
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