Eagles News: Howie Roseman named PFWA Executive of the Year
The mastermind behind the Eagles’ stellar roster construction is getting some well-deserved acknowledgment.
The Pro Football Writers of America announced their award winners on Thursday, with Eagles GM Howie Roseman winning Executive of the Year. Giants HC Brian Dabnoll was named Coach of the Year, while 49ers DC DeMeo Ryans took home the Assistant Coach of the Year award.
Eagles GM Howie Roseman was named Executive of the Year by the Pro Football Writers' Association.— Zach Berman (@ZBerm) January 26, 2023
This is the 2nd time Roseman won the award. He's the 4th GM to win in multiple times, joining Bill Polian, Scott Pioli and George Young.
Just two seasons after the franchise was seemingly destined for obscurity, Roseman put together a Pro Bowl roster that will be competing for an NFC Championship against the 49ers this Sunday.
- EDGE Haason Reddick (three-year, $45M)
- WR Zach Pascal (one-year, $1.5M)
- LB Kyzir White (one-year, $5M)
- WR AJ Brown (acquired from Titans)
- CB James Bradberry (one-year, $7M)
- S CJ Gardner-Johnson (acquired from Saints)
- DE Robert Quinn (acquired from Bears)
- DT Linval Joseph (signed midseason)
- DT Ndamukong Suh (signed midseason)
- Traded up to select DT Jordan Davis
- Drafted C Cam Jurgens in the second round
- Drafted LB Nakobe Dean in the second round
The Eagles won a franchise-record 14 games this season, a testament to the work Roseman did during the offseason. Roseman also won the award in 2017, when the Eagles won their first Super Bowl title. Philadelphia hopes this season will end with the same result.
Sunday. 3 PM. Philly.#FlyEaglesFly pic.twitter.com/PihUKG7Gsy— The Liberty Line (@LibertyLinePHL) January 26, 2023
Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher | USA TODAY Sports