Inside the Eagles’ front office restructuring

PHILADELPHIA — The goal was to serve two masters: to reward those who have performed well in their jobs and who have been loyal to a successful organization while rebuilding a recognition staff that has lost its four most important pieces since January.

When the smoke cleared, the organization promoted 19 people and recruited 11 others, both on the football operations side and on the personnel side.

At the top of both departments, of course, is general manager Howie Roseman, and scrutinizing his decisions has forced many to see the quicksand in the thinking of the NFL as a whole.

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