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Jeffrey Lurie
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Biography

Jeffrey Lurie, longtime Eagles owner and chairman, is defined by his accomplishments both on and off the field - accomplishments which when taken together reveal how hard he has worked for excellence.

Taking over a football franchise in 1994 that made the playoffs just 14 times in a 62-year span (23%), the Eagles have been a perennial contender under Lurie, earning playoff berths in 11 of his 18 years as owner (61%). Off the field, his stewardship of Screen Pass Pictures has garnered two Academy Awards since 2010. And, under his guidance, the Eagles have become leaders with their charitable and environmental efforts in the community.

Along the way, Lurie has earned the respect of NFL's top hierarchy as he serves on the NFL's Finance Committee, Broadcast Committee, Stadium Committee, International Committee, and the Super Bowl Advisory Committee.

The Eagles have a greater overall winning percentage and appeared in more playoff games (22) and won more (11) than any other ownership group in team history.

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Jeffrey Lurie, longtime Eagles owner and chairman, is defined by his accomplishments both on and off the field - accomplishments which when taken together reveal how hard he has worked for excellence.

Taking over a football franchise in 1994 that made the playoffs just 14 times in a 62-year span (23%), the Eagles have been a perennial contender under Lurie, earning playoff berths in 11 of his 18 years as owner (61%). Off the field, his stewardship of Screen Pass Pictures has garnered two Academy Awards since 2010. And, under his guidance, the Eagles have become leaders with their charitable and environmental efforts in the community.

Along the way, Lurie has earned the respect of NFL's top hierarchy as he serves on the NFL's Finance Committee, Broadcast Committee, Stadium Committee, International Committee, and the Super Bowl Advisory Committee.

The Eagles have a greater overall winning percentage and appeared in more playoff games (22) and won more (11) than any other ownership group in team history.

CLICK HERE FOR FULL BIO