Jake Rosenberg, who enters his 12th year with the Philadelphia Eagles, was promoted to vice president of football administration in 2018.
Rosenberg works directly with Executive Vice President/General Manager Howie Roseman on the development and implementation of the Eagles' plan for player signings and acquisitions. He also plays a key role in all aspects of salary cap management, contract negotiations, compliance with the NFL's Collective Bargaining Agreement, and strategic planning.
Rosenberg previously served as Philadelphia's director of football administration from 2014-17 after originally joining the Eagles as the manager of football administration in 2012.
Prior to the NFL, Rosenberg was a bond and commodities trader from 2001-11 and was a partner in several different trading ventures. He also worked in management consulting from 1997-99.
The Marlboro, NJ, native graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in economics and international relations.
Rosenberg and his wife, Marissa, have a son, Mason, and a daughter, Gabrielle.