On Now
Coming Up

Administration

Print
RSS
Blake Beddingfield
Director of College Scouting

Biography

Blake Beddingfield is in his 16th season with the Titans and third season as Director of College Scouting in 2014. In his role, Beddingfield is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the college scouting department for the team.  

“I am happy for our organization and happy for Blake that we were able to get this done,” Titans general manager Ruston Webster said upon Beddingfield's promotion in 2012. “He has earned this new role, as he has been a key piece of our scouting puzzle for a number of years. He has a good relationship with our scouts and he understands the type of players that we are seeking to build a championship team.”

The previous five seasons, Beddingfield served as Scouting Coordinator and was responsible for coordinating the college scouting staff, running draft meetings and evaluating all draft-eligible prospects. Prior to his role as Scouting Coordinator, Beddingfield spent six seasons as an area scout along with additional duties as a pro and advance scout. He originally joined the team in February of 1999 as a scouting assistant.  

In 2004 Beddingfield was selected to attend the NFL’s Stanford Program for Managers, which included a wide range of educational programs designed for league executives. In 2007, Beddingfield was also selected by the Titans to attend the first annual NFL Football Operations Career Development Symposium

Beddingfield is a graduate of the University of Alabama.

A native of Huntsville, Ala., Beddingfield and his wife Julie have two children: Anna Grace and Brock and reside in Brentwood.

Blake Beddingfield is in his 16th season with the Titans and third season as Director of College Scouting in 2014. In his role, Beddingfield is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the college scouting department for the team.  

“I am happy for our organization and happy for Blake that we were able to get this done,” Titans general manager Ruston Webster said upon Beddingfield's promotion in 2012. “He has earned this new role, as he has been a key piece of our scouting puzzle for a number of years. He has a good relationship with our scouts and he understands the type of players that we are seeking to build a championship team.”

The previous five seasons, Beddingfield served as Scouting Coordinator and was responsible for coordinating the college scouting staff, running draft meetings and evaluating all draft-eligible prospects. Prior to his role as Scouting Coordinator, Beddingfield spent six seasons as an area scout along with additional duties as a pro and advance scout. He originally joined the team in February of 1999 as a scouting assistant.  

In 2004 Beddingfield was selected to attend the NFL’s Stanford Program for Managers, which included a wide range of educational programs designed for league executives. In 2007, Beddingfield was also selected by the Titans to attend the first annual NFL Football Operations Career Development Symposium

Beddingfield is a graduate of the University of Alabama.

A native of Huntsville, Ala., Beddingfield and his wife Julie have two children: Anna Grace and Brock and reside in Brentwood.

 

Recent Articles

Recent Videos