Administration

Dave Sears
Regional Scout

Biography

Dave Sears joined the team as a regional scout in May 2007 after spending seven seasons with the Houston Texans organization. He joined the Texans’ personnel department in May 2000 to scout the central region.

Prior to his stint in Houston, Sears spent three seasons (1997-2000) working with Washington’s scouting department. He started with the Redskins as an intern in January 1997 and was hired as their scouting administrator in May. Sears was promoted as the Redskins’ BLESTO scout in May of 1998. He also spent time interning for the Springfield Falcons in the American Hockey League.

Sears earned a bachelor’s degree in sports management from Springfield (Mass.) College and he was a four-year linebacker for Springfield’s football team. He attended Hauppauge High School in his hometown of Hauppauge, N.Y., and lettered in football, basketball and lacrosse.

Sears is married to wife, Nancy and together they have a daughter, Delaine.

Recent Articles

Recent Videos

  • Lions vs. Packers full highlights

    Posted 11 hours ago

    Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush had 18 touches for 99 scrimmage yards and a touchdown in the team's 19-7 victory against the Green Bay Packers.

  • Highlights: Dominant D

    By NFL.com - Posted 11 hours ago

    The Detroit Lions defense dominated the Green Bay Packers offense in their Week 3 matchup, forcing a fumble returned for a touchdown, a safety, two sacks, and holding quarterback Aaron Rodgers to under 150 yards passing.

  • Highlight: Bush 26-yard touchdown run

    By NFL.com - Posted 11 hours ago

    Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush runs for 26 yards and a touchdown.

  • Highlight: Levy tackles Lacy for a safety

    By NFL.com - Posted 11 hours ago

    Detroit Lions linebacker DeAndre Levy tackles Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy in the end zone for a safety.

  • Highlight: Scoop and score

    By NFL.com - Posted 11 hours ago

    Detroit Lions safety Don Carey recovers Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy's fumble and returns it for a 40-yard touchdown.

Photos

  • club
  • club
  • club
  • club
  • club