Daniel Jeremiah Likes The Detroit Lions’ Chances Going Forward INTERVIEW

February 19, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For years, professional scout Daniel Jeremiah has made the best out of even the most humble of situations.

At a small high school in San Diego, Jeremiah set his county's passing record. He received a division one scholarships and began he college career at UL Monroe, eventually transferring to Appalachian State.
When the NFL didn't come calling, ESPN did.
Jeremiah worked as a spotter for Sunday Night Football until running into T.J. McCreight who was a classmate of Jeremiah's older brother and also happened to be in the Baltimore Ravens' personnel department. McCreight offered his young acquaintance a job in the front office.

McCreight moved westward with Phil Savage who became the general manager of the Cleveland Browns. The two brought Jeremiah with them as a college scout. When Eric Mangini was handed the reins to the Browns organization, Jeremiah had time left on his contract, but no job.

Daniel Jeremiah made the best of that situation too.


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