Eagles hiring former Temple wide receiver as an area scout
The Philadelphia Eagles are expected to hire former Temple wideout Rod Streater to be an area scout, according to Neil Stratton.
Streater was previously a scouting assistant with the Cleveland Browns before joining the Eagles. During his seven-year NFL career, the Temple alum played for the Browns, the Oakland Raiders, and the San Francisco 49ers.
During his time with the Owls, recording 49 receptions for 882 yards and eight touchdowns over two seasons, leading Temple to their first bowl victory since 1979.
At 34-years-old, he had quickly risen up the ranks, spending just one year as a scouting intern with Cleveland before being promoted.
The move makes sense, as the Eagles are in desperate need of boosting their scouting and front-office departments, losing Catherine Raiche, Ian Cunningham, and potentially Andy Weidl alongside numerous others this off-season.
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