Another NFL team has plucked a top front office executive from the Eagles' nest.
On Monday, the New York Giants announced that they have hired Brandon Brown to be the team's new assistant general manager. Brown interviewed for the Vikings' general manager position earlier this offseason.
The 33-year-old Brown joined the Eagles in 2017 as the team's assistant director of pro scouting. In 2019, he was promoted to the director of pro scouting before earning the title of director of player personnel in 2021. In that role, Brown oversaw the Eagles' pro scouting department and did crossover work on the college scouting side with co-director of player personnel Ian Cunningham, who was hired by the Chicago Bears to be their new assistant general manager on January 29.
Last summer, Brown represented the Eagles at the inaugural Ozzie Newsome General Manager Forum. Brown was a frequent guest on the Journey to the Draft podcast, presented by Lifebrand, throughout this season to discuss how to scout different positions.
Brown is the latest member of the Eagles' personnel staff since 2019 to be hired to a high-ranking position elsewhere, joining Cunningham, Jets General Manager Joe Douglas, Browns General Manager Andrew Berry, and Panthers Vice President of Player Personnel Patrick Stewart.