Chairman & CEO Jeffrey Lurie of the Philadelphia Eagles poses for a portrait at the NovaCare Complex on June 9, 2021 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Philadelphia Eagles)

Jeffrey Lurie

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer


Jeffrey Lurie embarks on his 29th season as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Philadelphia Eagles. Lurie purchased the franchise on May 6, 1994, and instituted an organizational infrastructure that reflects the pride and passion of the region, where tireless work ethic and innovation deeply coincides with consistent results. His commitment to excellence has launched an unprecedented era of success, including the first Super Bowl Championship in team history, when the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the New England Patriots, 41-33, in Super Bowl LII on February 4, 2018.

Today regarded among the most prominent franchises in professional sports, the Eagles began their ascent during the first full year of Lurie's ownership in 1995 and have since grown into a customary presence in the NFL's postseason. The Eagles are one of nine teams with multiple Super Bowl appearances (XXXIX and LII) since 2004 and lead the NFC (tied for second overall) in conference title games (six) dating back to 2001. In addition, the Eagles have earned nine of their 11 all-time NFC East Championships since 2001, which leads the division in that span.

Overall, the Philadelphia Eagles have made the playoffs 16 times under Lurie's direction and are tied for the fourth-most postseason bids in the NFL since the turn of the century (14), including trips in four of the last five seasons (2017-19, 2021). During that stretch, the Eagles became the fourth franchise to win a Super Bowl and then follow it with back-to-back playoff appearances since 1994, when the salary cap was introduced. Moreover, including the postseason, the Eagles are tied for the seventh-highest winning percentage (.574, 217-161-2) in the NFL since 2000.

Lurie's blueprint for success has had a profound impact on the field, leading to a greater overall winning percentage (.544, 259-217-3), more playoff games (29), and more playoff victories (15) than all previous ownership groups combined. That model, however, is not just limited to football, as the Philadelphia Eagles organization has wholly embraced a championship mentality in all aspects of its operations, especially in the community. CLICK HERE FOR FULL BIO