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Howie Roseman's Hand Prints Evident On Super Bowl-Bound Eagles Roster

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 22 / 18

The Eagles advanced to Super Bowl LII last night after their win in the NFC Championship, and Exec VP/Football Operations Howie Roseman, who has as "much authority over his team as any NFL executive, deserves as much credit as anyone," according to Jeff McLane of the PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER. When Rose...

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