Howie Roseman, Executive Vice President/General Manager, is in his 20th season with the Philadelphia Eagles. Roseman’s role within the organization is to provide perspective to both football and business decisions that help shape the franchise.
In 2018, Roseman built a team that navigated several key injuries on the way to winning a Wild Card game against the Chicago Bears and advancing to the NFC Divisional Round. The Eagles, who won five of their last six regular-season games to reach the playoffs, have made back-to-back postseason appearances for the first time since 2009-10.
Roseman was named 2017 Executive of the Year by the Pro Football Writers of America for his integral role in constructing the team’s Super Bowl LII-winning roster. In addition, Roseman was voted the 2017 Sporting News NFL Executive Of The Year by league executives. During the 2017 offseason, Roseman and the Eagles front office utilized free agency to add key veterans such as LeGarrette Blount, Nick Foles, Alshon Jeffery, Chris Long, Patrick Robinson and Torrey Smith, while also executing trades for veteran defenders Ronald Darby and Tim Jernigan. The team later traded for running back Jay Ajayi just before the NFL trade deadline in October. Additionally, Roseman infused the roster with talent and youth during April’s NFL Draft, which was held in Philadelphia for the first time since 1961. Roseman’s moves paid dividends when the Eagles captured the first Super Bowl title in franchise history with a 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots.