Pair of Eagles’ Executives to Interview for Minnesota Vikings GM Vacancy
Eagles Executive Vice President Howie Roseman is a very polorizing figure amongst Eagles fans.
Many wanted him gone yesterday, others begrudgingly give him some credit for the teams quick turnaround, from 4-11-1 to a return to the playoffs with three first-round picks in the upcoming draft.
It's hard to argue that the team seems to be heading in the right direction.
While fans may be torn, inside the league, Roseman has respect, and rival teams see the constant success the Eagles have and yearn for that type of stability.
Many of his former front office members are now running successful franchises and another one might get an opportunity during this hiring cycle.
According to ESPN's NFL insider Adam Schefter, Eagles VP of Football Operations, Catherine Raiche, will interview for the Minnesota Vikings general manager vacancy.
Raiche, 32, is the highest-ranking woman working in a personnel department in the NFL today.
If she gets the job, she would become the second female general manager in NFL history. The Eagles' Susan Tose Spencer, who was the daughter of owner Leonard Tose, served as the teams GM from 1983-85.
Raiche started with the Eagles as a football operations/player personnel coordinator in 2019 after working with the Montreal Alouettes and the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League and in the XFL with the Tampa Bay Vipers.
She isnt the only member of the Eagles front office getting an interview with Minnesota.
Also interviewing for the Vikings opening is Eagles director of player personnel Brandon Brown, who has been in the Eagles front office for five season, serving as the director of player personnel.