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Philly.com
DN Agenda: How should the Eagles split training camp reps?Les Bowen: Bradford makes more sense Unless you are hatching a NovaCare coup t
DN Agenda: How should the Eagles split training camp reps?
Philly.com / Posted yesterday
Les Bowen: Bradford makes more sense Unless you are hatching a NovaCare coup that would oust Doug Pederson and Howie Roseman, who plan to start Sam Bradford at quarterback this season, it would make no sense to give the majority of Eagles... Read more
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The Express-Times
Could Eagles trade cornerback Eric Rowe?it is fair to wonder if the Eagles would move on from Rowe. To start, the fron
Could Eagles trade cornerback Eric Rowe?
The Express-Times / Posted yesterday
it is fair to wonder if the Eagles would move on from Rowe. To start, the front office that drafted Rowe is now gone, with Howie Roseman running the show. The Eagles' front office run by Chip Kelly and Ed Marynowitz were one of the few teams that... Read more
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The Morning Call
Eagles roster prediction: few surprises at this pointDePalma because he's not ready to start his post-football magic career yet. Wh
Eagles roster prediction: few surprises at this point
The Morning Call / Posted 2 days ago
DePalma because he's not ready to start his post-football magic career yet. What vice president of football operations Howie Roseman has done since returning from exile is put together a balanced roster of at least good starters across the... Read more
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Philly.com
Why Doug Pederson kept training camp in PhillyI was hired, and we sat down, and we started talking with [team president] Don
Why Doug Pederson kept training camp in Philly
Philly.com / Posted 3 days ago
I was hired, and we sat down, and we started talking with [team president] Don Smolenski, and [owner Jeffrey] Lurie, and Howie [Roseman] and the guys. They said, ‘Listen, we’ll do whatever you want to do, and here’s what we’ve done in the past... Read more
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Philly.com
Donnellon: Patience a virtue we may not haveof the latest Eagles refurbish have been overvalued or simply need time to prov
Donnellon: Patience a virtue we may not have
Philly.com / Posted 4 days ago
of the latest Eagles refurbish have been overvalued or simply need time to prove the genius of Jeffrey Lurie and Howie Roseman. And then there is "The Process," the professional sports version of the Mel Brooks' classic, The Producers,... Read more
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SportingNews
Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie's reason for retaining Sam Bradford is bafflingDespite Bradford's offseason pouting, that never happened, either. Owner Jeffr
Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie's reason for retaining Sam Bradford is baffling
SportingNews / Posted 4 days ago
Despite Bradford's offseason pouting, that never happened, either. Owner Jeffrey Lurie, not head of football operations Howie Roseman or new coach Doug Pederson, "was the driving force" in the Eagles' decision to re-sign Bradford, according to... Read more
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Philly.com
Will Pederson fare better as coach than he did as player with Eagles?would seem to indicate a long-range plan here on the part of both Lurie and exe
Will Pederson fare better as coach than he did as player with Eagles?
Philly.com / Posted 5 days ago
would seem to indicate a long-range plan here on the part of both Lurie and executive vice president of football operations Howie Roseman, which would seem to suggest they won't have a quick trigger with Pederson. That '99 team that Pederson... Read more
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The Express-Times
Boomer Esiason: Jets should follow Howie Roseman's example, sign Mo Wilkersonthe Jets. "The one thing that I really noticed in the last six months is what t
Boomer Esiason: Jets should follow Howie Roseman's example, sign Mo Wilkerson
The Express-Times / Posted 7 days ago
the Jets. "The one thing that I really noticed in the last six months is what the Philadelphia Eagles have done under Howie Roseman. Howie Roseman has said, 'We made a mistake. We let some of our most important players go, LeSean McCoy and... Read more
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The Express-Times
Are the Eagles one of NFL's most dysfunctional teams?in recent memory. Less than 12 months after awarding former head coach Chip Ke
Are the Eagles one of NFL's most dysfunctional teams?
The Express-Times / Posted 9 days ago
in recent memory. Less than 12 months after awarding former head coach Chip Kelly complete personnel control and removing Howie Roseman from the football wing of One NovaCare Way, Jeffrey Lurie fired Kelly and elevated Roseman back to the perch... Read more
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Yahoo Sports
2016 NFL Preview: The Eagles, and their underrated dysfunctionafter the 2012 season. Three years later, they hired Reid’s top assistant to be
2016 NFL Preview: The Eagles, and their underrated dysfunction
Yahoo Sports / Posted 11 days ago
after the 2012 season. Three years later, they hired Reid’s top assistant to be their new head coach. The Eagles stripped Howie Roseman of personnel duties to give them to Chip Kelly last year. Then they restored Roseman’s GM power after firing... Read more
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The Express-Times
Trainer from Eagles' San Diego camp impressed by Carson Wentz, Zach Ertz, report saysand trading up to select Wentz No. 2 overall out of North Dakota State. At min
Trainer from Eagles' San Diego camp impressed by Carson Wentz, Zach Ertz, report says
The Express-Times / Posted 11 days ago
and trading up to select Wentz No. 2 overall out of North Dakota State. At minimum, Vice President of Football Operations Howie Roseman and head coach Doug Pederson have crafted a quarterback group that should allow for the Eagles to maximize... Read more
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SB Nation
Roger Goodell's salary keeps dropping, but he's still filthy richhe was fined $1,500 plus court costs. Boykin will be fully available for traini
Roger Goodell's salary keeps dropping, but he's still filthy rich
SB Nation / Posted 21 days ago
he was fined $1,500 plus court costs. Boykin will be fully available for training camp with the Seahawks. EAGLE$ REGRET$: Howie Roseman admitted the Eagles have made mistakes in the past few years by spending too much money in free agency. More... Read more
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The Express-Times
Howie Roseman explains Eagles' high priced mistakesBack in the saddle as the Eagles' top personnel executive as the team's Vice Pr
Howie Roseman explains Eagles' high priced mistakes
The Express-Times / Posted 22 days ago
Back in the saddle as the Eagles' top personnel executive as the team's Vice President of football operations, Howie Roseman spent the offseason undoing the mistakes of Chip Kelly. Kelly, of course, strong-armed personnel control from Roseman in... Read more
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NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk
Eagles G.M. says they made mistakes when signing “guys who aren’t our own”Eagles General Manager Howie Roseman believes you build an NFL team by drafting
Eagles G.M. says they made mistakes when signing “guys who aren’t our own”
NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk / Posted 22 days ago
Eagles General Manager Howie Roseman believes you build an NFL team by drafting well and keeping your own players, not by signing players away from other teams. Roseman said on 94 WIP that the Eagles’ problems last year stemmed from going too hard... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
NFL 32 in 32: Philadelphia is No. 27re-signed six of its players to big contracts – smart or careless spending? It
NFL 32 in 32: Philadelphia is No. 27
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 25 days ago
re-signed six of its players to big contracts – smart or careless spending? It was smart. After a year in exile, Howie Roseman re-emerged to run the personnel department. He locked up tight end Zach Ertz, offensive tackle Lane Johnson,... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Sunday NFL Notes: Nothing being handed to Laremy Tunsilin guaranteed money this off-season, capped by $63 million to re-sign defensive
Sunday NFL Notes: Nothing being handed to Laremy Tunsil
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 26 days ago
in guaranteed money this off-season, capped by $63 million to re-sign defensive tackle Fletcher Cox. Personnel chief Howie Roseman saluted owner Jeffrey Lurie: “We went to him with a plan that hopefully not only makes us better this year, but... Read more
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Al.com
DeMeco Ryans still hopes to play in NFL in 2016I'm fine." FOR MORE OF AL.COM'S COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE OF THE NFL, GO TO OUR N
DeMeco Ryans still hopes to play in NFL in 2016
Al.com / Posted a month ago
I'm fine." FOR MORE OF AL.COM'S COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE OF THE NFL, GO TO OUR NFL PAGE When the Eagles released Ryans, Howie Roseman, Philadelphia's executive vice president of football operations, said: "What DeMeco Ryans has done for our... Read more
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NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk
Before drafting Fletcher Cox, Eagles turned down a future first-rounderadding the guy they just handed a $103 million contract to. “It’s an interesti
Before drafting Fletcher Cox, Eagles turned down a future first-rounder
NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk / Posted a month ago
adding the guy they just handed a $103 million contract to. “It’s an interesting story,” Eagles de facto General Manager Howie Roseman said, via Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer. “It’s one of my favorite stories that we’ve had... Read more
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Philly.com
What the Fletcher Cox contract reveals about how the Eagles value defensive tacklesbut also the value of the position he plays. When viewing a pass rusher, much
What the Fletcher Cox contract reveals about how the Eagles value defensive tackles
Philly.com / Posted a month ago
but also the value of the position he plays. When viewing a pass rusher, much of the attention goes to edge rushers. But Howie Roseman touted how valuable the interior pressure is in the 4-3 defense, and also the challenge of finding players that... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
Philly Sports Legends and Their Game of Thrones Counterpartscity before being killed. Kelly’s final year in Philadelphia follows the same s
Philly Sports Legends and Their Game of Thrones Counterparts
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 1 months ago
city before being killed. Kelly’s final year in Philadelphia follows the same script. After gaining power, Kelly turned on Howie Roseman, cut and traded away key players and eventually had to be let go before Eagles fans burned down... Read more
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Philly.com
The trade the Eagles made - and didn't make - in 2012to make the move. When Cox fell to No. 12, the two teams made the trade. It se
The trade the Eagles made - and didn't make - in 2012
Philly.com / Posted 1 months ago
to make the move. When Cox fell to No. 12, the two teams made the trade. It seemed like an easy idea to take Cox. What Howie Roseman couldn’t have predicted was the Eagles could have turned the No. 12 pick into a future first-round pick if he... Read more
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The Morning Call
Eagles, Cox happy about contract extensionand the way he's able to get pressure is he's not one-dimensional," said execut
Eagles, Cox happy about contract extension
The Morning Call / Posted 1 months ago
and the way he's able to get pressure is he's not one-dimensional," said executive vice president of football operations Howie Roseman. "So he's not just going to win with explosiveness off the ball. He's got a club. He can win with power. He can... Read more
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Philly.com
Roseman rebuilds for the (distant) futureprofessional sports franchise is that while the winning clock is certainly tick
Roseman rebuilds for the (distant) future
Philly.com / Posted 1 months ago
professional sports franchise is that while the winning clock is certainly ticking, it really isn't that loud for a while. Howie Roseman, who is back in control of the Eagles, never really went away, but his power did while Chip Kelly tried his... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Eagles' Cox calls his new contract 'mind-blowing'career high 9 1/2 last season. “He’s a great player and he’s someone that we c
Eagles' Cox calls his new contract 'mind-blowing'
Juneau Empire / Posted 1 months ago
career high 9 1/2 last season. “He’s a great player and he’s someone that we can build around on and off the field,” said Howie Roseman, the team’s executive vice president of football operations. Cox skipped organized team activities while his... Read more
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NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk
Howie Roseman defends Eagles’ offseason spending spreesaid he thought it was both necessary and justified. Via Reuben Frank of CSNPh
Howie Roseman defends Eagles’ offseason spending spree
NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk / Posted 1 months ago
said he thought it was both necessary and justified. Via Reuben Frank of CSNPhilly.com, Eagles de facto General Manager Howie Roseman suggested that an offseason which included $280 million in guaranteed money being thrown at players was a... Read more
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SB Nation
3 toots for Riverboat Ron, the best bargain in all of coaching!contract negotiations with the Broncos via Instagram. So is he going to play th
3 toots for Riverboat Ron, the best bargain in all of coaching!
SB Nation / Posted 1 months ago
contract negotiations with the Broncos via Instagram. So is he going to play this year or not? A PLAN FOR THE EAGLES: Howie Roseman explains his plan for shaping the Eagles into championship contenders. Spend big on three quarterbacks? No,... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Big payday: Cox calls new contract ‘mind-blowing’a career high 91⁄2 last season. “He’s a great player and he’s someone that we
Big payday: Cox calls new contract ‘mind-blowing’
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 1 months ago
a career high 91⁄2 last season. “He’s a great player and he’s someone that we can build around on and off the field,” said Howie Roseman, the team’s executive vice president of football operations. Cox skipped organized team activities while his... Read more
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Philly.com
Roseman's gamble is that Eagles' core players are good enough to win championshipsFrom the moment he joined the Eagles as a front-office intern in 2000, fresh fr
Roseman's gamble is that Eagles' core players are good enough to win championships
Philly.com / Posted 1 months ago
From the moment he joined the Eagles as a front-office intern in 2000, fresh from Fordham Law School, Howie Roseman spent his formative years as an NFL executive helping his mentor usher in a revolution and bearing witness to the bitter fallout. As... Read more
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ESPN
Eagles' Cox says his extension 'mind-blowing'Pro Bowl. "The way the scheme is, right off the football and getting after the
Eagles' Cox says his extension 'mind-blowing'
ESPN / Posted 1 months ago
Pro Bowl. "The way the scheme is, right off the football and getting after the quarterback, that will help a whole lot." Howie Roseman, the Eagles' executive vice president of football operations, said the team's emphasis this offseason was on... Read more
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Philly.com
Fletcher Cox excited about 'mind-blowing' contract; Eagles plan tocontract puts him among the NFL’s highest-paid players, and he’s in the company
Fletcher Cox excited about 'mind-blowing' contract; Eagles plan to
Philly.com / Posted 1 months ago
contract puts him among the NFL’s highest-paid players, and he’s in the company of well-compensated quarterbacks. Howie Roseman, the Eagles’ executive vice president of football operations, said all one needs to do is watch film of Cox in... Read more
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The Express-Times
Eagles' roster predictions: Toughest cuts at cornerback, linebackerdon't exactly have the most talented roster in the NFL is going to make things
Eagles' roster predictions: Toughest cuts at cornerback, linebacker
The Express-Times / Posted 1 months ago
don't exactly have the most talented roster in the NFL is going to make things interesting, as top personnel executive Howie Roseman and Pederson will have to decide who to keep where, and whether certain players are worth keeping simply... Read more

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