Tom Donohoe is the latest Eagles personnel manager to leave

PHILADELPHIA — The turnover in the Eagles front office continues with the latest domino being Tom Donahoe.

The senior football adviser’s contract expires and will not be renewed, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Donahoe, 75, is a former Buffalo general manager and has been in Philadelphia since 2012 as one of the organization’s top scouts.

He’s also been a bit of a cleaner in troubled times, essentially running the scouting department following the firing of Chip Kelly before Joe Douglas was named vice president of player personnel, and again this season when the Eagles have lost the co-managers of player personnel. , Ian Cunningham and Brandon Brown, respectively in Chicago and the New York Giants.

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