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Eagles CEO Jake Rosenberg is leaving the Philadelphia Eagles in hopes of taking a general manager job elsewhere

Eagles vice president of football operations Jake Rosenberg is leaving the team when his contract expires.Rosenberg is a close friend of Eagles general manager Howie Roseman and has expressed his desire to become a general manager, but he doesn’t believe that will happen while he is with the Eagles.

“In the long run, I realized that if I wasn’t going to be able to step up in this league and get opportunities to grow, then the sacrifices I was making in my personal life weren’t worth it,” Rosenberg explained.Rothman regretted Rosenberg’s departure, but respected his decision to seek a new challenge.

“I hope we can keep him, but we’ve talked about the importance of growling and looking for new challenges,” Roseman said. “He deserves the chance to explore his options and I’m sure he’ll be successful.”

Rosenberg administered salary restrictions and negotiations on the contract, under the leadership of Roseman under the leadership of the Erglu team. Now his goal is to find a character that can become another team. “I’m involved in all aspects of team management, and while Howie makes the decisions here, I’m interested in seeing if I can implement my strategies elsewhere,” Rosenberg said.

Rosenberg originally joined the Eagles in 2012 as the head of football administration.

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