ANTHONY PATCH SENIOR DIRECTOR OF COLLEGE SCOUTING
Anthony Patch was named the Eagles
senior director of college scouting on May
11, 2016 and is entering his 17th season
with the team. Prior to being named to his
current role, Patch previously held the titles
of director of college scouting (2012-14)
and assistant director of college scouting
(2010-11) after serving as a college scout
concentrating in the West Coast region.
As senior director of college scouting, Patch
works closely with the scouting staff in draft
preparation and is responsible for scouting
top players across the entire country.
Patch first served as the college scouting
coordinator after joining the Eagles in 2002.
In that role, he worked as the liaison between
the area scouts and the office. He helped
coordinate college all-star games, the NFL
Combine and assisted in preparation for the
NFL Draft. He also helped the pro scouting
department in evaluating opposing teams.
Patch began working in the NFL in 2011
an intern in the Miami Dolphins player
personnel department. During that
internship, he also assisted the team’s
legal counsel with positional market
analysis for contract research.
Patch was a four-year player at defensive
line and linebacker at Carroll College (Helena,
Montana) where he earned a degree in
finance. He went on to earn an MBA from
the University of Montana in 2001.
A product of Ronan (Montana) High
School, Patch and his wife, Rikki, have three
daughters, Samantha, Addison, and Breann.
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BRANDON BROWN DIRECTOR OF PRO SCOUTING
Brandon Brown was promoted to director
of pro scouting during the 2019 offseason
after serving as the club’s assistant
director of pro scouting from 2017-18.
Brown came to Philadelphia in 2017 after two
years with the Indianapolis Colts. He was hired
by the Colts in 2015 as a scouting assistant
and was promoted to advance scout in 2016.
A four-year letterman as a defensive
back at Fordham University, Brown
earned his bachelor’s degree in business
administration with a dual concentration
in entrepreneurship and communications
media management. After graduating from
Fordham in 2010, Brown earned a Juris
Doctor degree from Barry University Law
School in Orlando, where he was named lead
articles editor of the Earth Jurisprudence
and Environmental Justice Law Journal.
In the summer of 2012, Brown served as a
pro personnel intern with the New York Jets.
While pursuing his law degree at Barry,
Brown worked as athletic compliance
graduate assistant/football support at
the University of Central Florida.
JEREMIAH WASHBURN ADVANCED PROJECTS COORDINATOR
Jeremiah Washburn joined the Eagles during
the 2019 offseason as advanced projects
coordinator. Washburn originally entered
the NFL in 2002 as a football operations
assistant with the Carolina Panthers. During
his 17 years in the league, Washburn has
worked both as an offensive line coach and
a scout, most recently serving as the Miami
Dolphins offensive line coach in 2018.
From 2003-08, Washburn worked for the
Baltimore Ravens as a player personnel
assistant (2003-04) and area scout (2005-
08). He transitioned to coaching in 2009
when he was hired by the Detroit Lions as
the assistant offensive line coach. Washburn
was promoted by the Lions to offensive line
coach in 2013 and served in that role for
three seasons. Following his time in Detroit,
Washburn served as the assistant offensive
line coach for the Dolphins (2016) and the
offensive line coach of the Bears (2017).
In Chicago, Washburn’s line paved the way
for current Eagles RB Jordan Howard to rush
for 1,122 yards and nine touchdowns.
Washburn played guard at the University of
Arkansas and began his coaching career as a
graduate assistant at his alma mater in 2000.
He and his wife, Susan, have two daughters,
Ally and Megan, and a son, Drew.