A two-time NFL Executive of the Year and architect of the first Super Bowl Championship in franchise history, Executive Vice President/General Manager Howie Roseman enters his 24th year with the Philadelphia Eagles. After working his way up through the Eagles' football operations and scouting departments, Roseman has cemented himself as one of the most accomplished and respected front office executives in the league.
Roseman has greatly impacted decades of sustained success in Philadelphia. Since he was hired in 2000, the Eagles are tied for the second-most playoff victories (16) and third-most postseason berths (15) in the NFL, which includes a division-leading 10 NFC East crowns in that span. Philadelphia also ranks second in the league with seven conference title games since 2001.
One of just four general managers to receive multiple NFL Executive of the Year honors from the Pro Football Writers of America, Roseman has revitalized the Eagles' football operations with a collaborative and progressive approach to roster building and player development. As a result, Philadelphia has earned playoff trips in five of the last six seasons, won three NFC East championships (2017, '19, '22), and made two Super Bowl appearances (LII and LVII), including a 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII. In 2022, Roseman became the second general manager to reach multiple Super Bowls with both a different head coach and quarterback in each season (only one to accomplish the feat in a six-year span), joining Ozzie Newsome with the Baltimore Ravens (2000, '12).
In addition, the Eagles' recent track record of excellence has created opportunities for numerous personnel executives to step into senior roles with other clubs, including two general managers (Andrew Berry, Cleveland Browns; Joe Douglas, New York Jets) as well as four assistant general managers (Brandon Brown, New York Giants; Ian Cunningham, Chicago Bears; Catherine Raiche, Cleveland Browns; Andy Weidl, Pittsburgh Steelers).
In 2017, Roseman played a pivotal role in ensuring the success of the Eagles' Super Bowl LII-winning team. Faced with season-ending injuries to key players, Roseman's focused leadership and in-season roster management helped Philadelphia produce a 13-3 regular-season campaign while also securing the top seed in the NFC playoffs ahead of its championship run.