Eagles shuffle football operations staff

Eagles GM Howie Roseman is hinting that the Eagles might be thinking of someone besides a safety in the first round.
Eagles GM Howie Roseman is hinting that the Eagles might be thinking of someone besides a safety in the first round. (DAVID MAIALETTI / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER)
Posted: June 06, 2014

The Eagles promoted six members of their football operations staff and hired two more.

Rick Mueller was named director of pro personnel. Formerly the player personnel executive, Mueller will oversee all aspects of pro scouting. He previously worked for the New Orleans Saints and the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Also promoted:

Jake Rosenberg, from manager to director of football administration. Rosenberg is the Eagles' lead negotiator and works in salary-cap management under general manager Howie Roseman.

Mike Bradway, to assistant director of college scouting after rising through the scouting department during the last six seasons.

Brad Obee, to Southwest regional scout after working in the Northeast last year.

Ryan Myers, to Northeast scout after serving as the pro scout last season.

Dom DiSandro, vice president of team security. DiSandro has been with the Eagles since 1999 and is the team's liaison with local and federal law enforcement.

The Eagles hired former wide receiver Joe Hastings, who spent time with the Dolphins and 49ers, as pro personnel assistant.

Matt Lindsay was named college scouting coordinator after spending last season as an intern in the scouting department.


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