The Eagles promote two of their own as the Front Office shuffle continues

ARLINGTON, TX – APRIL 26: The Philadelphia Eagles logo on the video board during the first round at the 2018 NFL Draft at AT&T Stadium on April 26, 2018 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington Texas. (Photo by Rich Graessle/Icon Sportswire)

According to reports, the Eagles will be promoting both Alec Halaby and Jon Ferrari to Assistant GM jobs this year.

The news comes after the organization has shuffled their scouting department for majority of the offseason while also losing four high-level front office members for Assistant GM jobs across the league.

Andy Weidl left for Pittsburgh.

Brandon Brown to the Giants.

Ian Cunningham to the Bears and Catherine Raiche to the Browns.

The turnover the team has dealt with in the front office is unlike any team over the last few years but shows just how talented the Eagles are at getting high-profile and dependable people to run the football operations side of the organization.

Halaby was originally VP of football operations and has been the leading figure for the Eagles when it comes to shifting to a more analytical side of the game. He has been with the team for the last 14 years after being an intern with them in 2007 and 2009.

Ferrari on the other hand was the VP of Football operations and compliance and has been with the team for the last six seasons. Before that, Ferrari was a member of the NFL league office from 2007-16. Ferrari worked with the NFL Management Council and spent the final six years as manager of labor operations.

Ferrari and Halaby are not the first pair to get new positions with the Eagles. Charles Walls, Browns national scout, was hired a few weeks ago as a director of player personnel.

The Eagles are expected to make a formal announcement on the recent changes soon.

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