By Harry Allison
The rebuilding of the Eagles front office after the sacking of Howie Boy Roseman continues apace.
Ed Marynowitz, whom Chip Kelly chose to run the personnel department, is starting to build his own staff, hiring Dwayne Joseph as director of pro personnel, a position last held by Rick Mueller.
Here is the team’s press release:
Joseph, 42, began his NFL career as a cornerback for the Chicago Bears, appearing in 16 games, starting one, in the 1995 season. After his playing career, Joseph earned his master’s degree in education leadership from DePaul University. He previously earned his undergraduate degree from Syracuse in human development.
Joseph joined the Bears football operations department in 1998, spending three seasons as coordinator of player programs and then three years as director of player development. From there, Joseph spent eight years (2004-2011) with the Miami Dolphins, serving primarily as a pro scout.
Joseph and Marynowitz worked together in Miami.
The Eagles scouting department has undergone plenty of changes since the end of the season, as general manager Roseman was stripped of his title, and head coach Kelly took over complete control of personnel.
Kelly’s first move was to hire Maynowitz, and the two are now busy putting together a staff of their own hand-picked employees, and have started to do away with those who were hired by Roseman.