A former scout for the Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns, and Philadelphia Eagles, Jeremiah has worked under Ozzie Newsome and Phil Savage — who both worked with Bill Belichick in the Cleveland days of the early 1990′s.
Given his background with two executives in Belichick’s coaching tree, Jeremiah was taught to think in the same manner.
“That’s where it all kind of ties back to [Cleveland]. That’s where their foundation came from. So there was definitely an influence there.
“The day before the draft, one of the things we did in Baltimore and Cleveland was have this red star ceremony. So all the scouts would get a sticker and we could put a red star on any player in the draft, someone we wanted to have in our organization that fits our profile. For years it was funny because when the draft would happen, the Patriots would take more of our red stars than anybody else "
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