Philadelphia Eagles vice president and general manager Howie Roseman was named the 2022 Executive of the Year by the Pro Football Writers of America.
This marks the second time Roseman has won the award. He won the award during the 2017 season when the Eagles won their first Super Bowl.
Roseman’s numerous moves to improve both sides of the football helped the Eagles achieve an NFL-best 14-3 record, and they’re now one win away from the Super Bowl as they’ll face the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC championship game Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field.
Roseman was the mastermind behind all of the moves the Birds made. Signing Haason Reddick and trading for A.J. Brown were probably the highlights of his transactions.
Roseman also traded for safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson and signed cornerback James Bradberry to strengthen the secondary. He and added LB Kyzir White in free agency as well.
Roseman also traded up in the NFL Draft, using surplus picks he’d acquired in other deals, to select DT Jordan Davis out of Georgia. He also picked C Cam Jurgens, LBs Nakobe Dean and Kyron Johnson, and TE Grant Calcaterra who have all made contributions to the Eagles this season.
Roseman is the fourth individual to win the Executive of the Year award multiple times (Bill Polian; five, Scott Pioli; three and George Young; two).