Tag: Russ Lande

  • Reads Listens Views 12/7/2012

    Reads Listens Views 12/7/2012

    Listens My bud Adrian is traveling through Asia. He met a Dane in Thailand, who hipped him to this Norwegian soul singer-instrumentalist. If you want proof that the world is round just let this pass through your brain one more time: A Texan in Thailand having a guy from Denmark recommend a Norwegian musician who sings […]

  • RSP Writers Project Q&A: Russ Lande of GM Jr. and The Sporting News

    Russ Lande is a former NFL scout with the Rams and Browns who produces the draft publication GM Jr. and provides content for The Sporting News, including its annual draft guide. Lande has also appeared on television, including The Big 10 Network and ESPN2. Here’s a Q&A I did with Lande in the New York Times […]

  • RSP Writers Team: Russ Lande, GM Jr. – The Sporting News

    RSP Writers Team: Russ Lande, GM Jr. – The Sporting News

    About Russ Lande Russ Lande began his football career as a scout with an unpaid position as a part-time recruiting intern with the UCLA Bruins. The next year, Lande was a pro scouting intern with the Los Angeles Rams and then transitioned into the role of scouting administrator from 1994-1998. He learned from the likes […]

  • A Tebow-Fox Back Story

    The X’s and O’s of Tim Tebow, a podcast produced by Doug Farrar on Shutdown Corner featuring Cecil Lammey, provides great analysis on the Broncos quarterback. I had the pleasure of speaking with former NFL scout Russ Lande this week in Atlanta about Tebow, and Lande shared an excellent back story about Broncos coach John […]

  • Reads, Listens, Views 12/16

    Bill Walsh and the art of quarterbacking Reads Coming this spring to the RSP Blog is an exercise I am calling The RSP Football Writers Project. Some of the top football writers and analysts I have the fortune of knowing will be given 4-6 weeks to construct their own teams from top to bottom with […]

  • RSP Football Writers Project

    Secretly, we all want to build a football team. It’s why we’re passionate about every player recruited, drafted, traded, and signed. It’s why we play fantasy football. It’s why many of us are fanatical about the NFL draft. After a few weeks of my rants to Footballguys writer Sigmund Bloom about Steelers tight end Heath […]