Chris Landry has spent a lifetime in football, serving as a scout, coach, and administrator and both the college and NFL levels. He now owns a business revolving around football serving both fans of the game and teams at the college and professoinal ranks.
Landryfootball.com is geared towards fans of the game and Landry Football Operations is a Coaching and Scouting Consulting Business for both NFL and College Programs. He stops by for a 3-part interview to share how scouts really work in the NFL, including so much more.
Listen in to hear about Chris Landry’s career in football, and strap on your seat belt because we’re about to get this baby up to 88MPH.
Chris Landry is the owner of Landry Football, a multi-facing company all revolving around football. He’s a former scout, coach, and administrator at the college and professional level. Chris worked at LSU during his NCAA days, and then he was hired by the great Bill Belichick in 1992 with the Cleveland Browns to make his jump to the NFL.
His biggest splash in the NFL was with the Houston Oilers / Tenessee Titans, serving as the Coordinator of their scouting department. In the middle of it all, Chris served as the Coordinator of the NFL’s Scouting Combine in 1993.
Now Chris owns Landryfootball.com and Landry Football Operations, serving both the regular fan and College/NFL teams. You can listen to his podcasts and catch him on the radio, but if you are looking to further enhance your football acumen, then I suggest you consider joining Landry Football to get insider information. You can also find Chris on social media at his Twitter or Facebook page.