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," 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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