It’s the week of the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine, and the Philadelphia Eagles aren’t waiting to travel to Indianapolis to begin working. They announced some coaching changes on Monday.
It seemed like things were getting a little quiet, wasn’t it? We all knew the Philadelphia Eagles were up to something. We just didn’t know what it was. Maybe we felt cheated. In a social media age, where so many people tell you everything, it feels weird when there’s silence.
The Eagles have been busy though. We enter the week of the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine, and much has been learned. We know Eagles head coach Doug Pederson and the team’s executive vice president of football operations Howie Roseman will both address the media on Wednesday.
We also learned, a couple of hours after breakfast on the East Coast, that Philly had made some changes to their coaching staff. The Eagles organization would turn to social media for this one. Take a look:
According to reports, most notably ‘The Birds’ themselves, Philly’s officially added Joe Pannunzio as their director of team development, Mike Bartrum as their assistant tight ends coach, and Roy Istvan as their assistant offensive line coach.
In addition, Philly’s hired Luke Thompson as their assistant special teams coach, Matt Burke as a defensive special assistant, and they’ve hired G.J. Kinne to handle offensive special projects.
Matthew Harper has been named as an assistant wide receivers coach, and T.J. Paganetti has been named as an assistant running backs coach. Phillip Daniels and Carson Walch both received promotions, Daniels to defensive line coach and Walch to wide receivers coach.
The football operations department will see some changes as well. Jeremiah Washburn becomes the team’s advanced projects coordinator. Andrew Berry will work closely with Howie Roseman as he’s been hired as vice president of football operations.
Greg Delimitros, Patrick Dolan, and Jon Ferrari all received promotions, Delimitros to the office of vice president of equipment operations, Dolan to the office of vice president of football technology, and Ferrari to vice president of football operations and compliance.
Several men have made their wives and children happy. Silence or none, it appears it’s been business as usual at the Novacare Complex.