Titans Interviewing High-Ranking Scouts

Max Gruder
   Max Gruder

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans may be about to shake up their scouting department. The Eagles’ director of pro scouting and the Cardinals' director of college scouting have been in for interviews and the word is a bunch of interviews are going on.

Meetings with Max Gruder of Philadelphia and Josh Scobey of Arizona were still in process late Wednesday afternoon.

Gruder became the Eagles' director of pro scouting in 2022 and joined the team as an assistant in that department in 2019 after six seasons with the Dolphins. He was a linebacker at Pitt and an undrafted rookie with the Falcons who did not make Atlanta’s roster.

Scobey just completed his 12th season with the Cardinals and his second as the team’s college scouting director. He

previously scouted the West for the team. He was a sixth-round pick out of Kansas State by Arizona in 2002. In five seasons with Arizona and Seattle, Scobey had 189 kickoff returns for 4,160 yards (22.4-yard average) and a touchdown.

It’s unclear how the Titans may intend to reshape their scouting department under Ran Carthon and Anthony Robinson.

Currently, Jon Salge is the team's college scouting director and Brian Gardner is its pro scouting director.

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