Sheridan joined the Chargers in 2014 after spending eight seasons in Tampa Bay as both a college and pro scout. He joined the Buccaneers' staff in 2006 as a pro personnel assistant before being promoted to pro scout in 2008.
Prior to Tampa Bay, Sheridan spent March 2004-June 2006 as director of football operations at Northwestern University, where he was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the football program. Sheridan was originally hired at Northwestern as a recruiting assistant in July 2001 and was promoted to assistant director of football operations in February 2003.
Sheridan spent time as the assistant director of football operations at University of Pennsylvania and as an assistant coach at Western Maryland College (now McDaniel College).
A native of Ebensburg, Pa., Sheridan graduated from Western Maryland with a degree in business administration and a minor in accounting. At WMC, he lettered four years in football and played on two conference championship teams.
Sheridan and wife, Kristen, have two sons – Payton and Brooks – and a daughter, Tatum.