Eagles promote Ed Marynowitz to vice president of player personnel
After striking out on several outside candidates reluctant to enter an uncertain situation given the power struggle that coach Chip Kelly just won over executive Howie Roseman, the Philadelphia Eagles promoted Ed Marynowitz to the role of vice president of player personnel.
Marynowitz was previously assistant director of player personnel. Kelly took charge of personnel decisions. Marynowitz will work for him.
“Ed is someone who has really impressed me going back to my interview process with the Eagles two years ago,” Kelly said in a statement. “He’s very bright, detailed, organized and his vision was aligned with what we want to accomplish. I spoke with a lot of people outside of our organization over the past few weeks and in the end, Ed was the most impressive. I can’t tell you how well thought of Ed is in the scouting business. What many people in the football community told me matched exactly what I thought of him from Day One. When you work with him and meet with him regularly – which I have done over the last two years – you appreciate how smart and thoughtful he is. I’m excited to continue working hand-in-hand with him for the next several years.”
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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun