Eagles sign Doug Pederson, Howie Roseman through 2022 season

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Winning the Super Bowl has improved the job security of Eagles head coach Doug Pederson and executive vice president of football operations Howie Roseman.

The Eagles announced on Sunday that they have extended the contracts of Pederson and Roseman through the 2022 season.

“We are thrilled to solidify continuity in our organization’s leadership with the extensions of Doug Pederson and Howie Roseman, whose collaborative partnership helped deliver our city its first Super Bowl Championship,” team owner Jeffrey Lurie said in a statement. “Doug and Howie are committed to the success of our franchise by ensuring that we remain competitive, both in the short and long term. That unified vision for the future of our team is what gives us the best chance to win moving forward.”

Pederson came to the Eagles in 2016 after Roseman, who began working for the team in 2000, was restored to power following Chip Kelly’s dismissal late in the 2015 season. The team went 7-9 after drafting quarterback Carson Wentz that year and then added the likes of Alshon Jeffery, Chris Long, Tim Jernigan and LeGarrette Blount in the offseason. They also signed Nick Foles, which came in handy when Pederson needed a quarterback to take over the offense following Wentz’s torn ACL.

You know where it went from there and the Eagles will have the same duo running the show for several more years.

49 responses to “Eagles sign Doug Pederson, Howie Roseman through 2022 season

  1. This was a no brainer. Congratulations to both of them as it is well deserved. Fly Eagles Fly..on my way to the open practice!

  2. Rock Solid for foreseeable future. The collective groans from all of YOU sustain US!!!
    All we got/All we need

  3. TruthfulDolphinsFanNotWearingBlinders says:
    August 5, 2018 at 6:22 pm
    A 1 year dynasty for sure, enjoy it and say a special thanks to BB for benching Malcolm Butler. 🙂

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    Without People like you, I would probably take things for granted & forget to enjoy the moment.
    I wanna thank you.
    Fly Eagles Fly Eagles 🦅

  4. elmerbrownelmerbrown says:
    August 5, 2018 at 6:21 pm
    This is great news for the rest of the NFC East !

    What a sad little troll you are…. For fun, let’s look at the rest of the NFC East:

  5. Continued from above:

    Dallas – Jerry’s home for wayward children. What an impressive collection of leaders, with inspiring moral character.

    Washington is, well, Washington. What an accurate quote from a failed head coach of the..

    Giants – once proud franchise now can’t seem to get out of their own way. I have grudging respect for Eli, sure hope he doesn’t get killed behind that alleged offensive line

    That is all.

  6. Let’s take a look at the NFC EAST shall we
    Cowboys 5
    Ny Football Giants 4
    Redskins 3
    Iggles ahhh hemmmm 1

  7. One of the better combos in the league at a time when the NFL is very short on competent head coaches. Continuity is also very important to success.

  8. Give it 2-3 years and Eagle fans will be turning on both. NFL is a fast changing league. Just a few years ago people thought the Seahawks were going to be a dynasty too.

  9. Doug Pederson became the 4th Head Coach in NFL history to lead a sub-.500 team to a Super Bowl victory (in his 2nd year as an NFL head coach). And if you think such a turnaround is for one-hit wonders, you’d be very wrong as the prior three were Bill Wash, Dick Vermail and Bill Belichick. Doug Pederson, as everyone is well aware, thoroughly outcoached Bill Belichick in Super Bowl LII, regardless of Belichick’s blunder in benching Butler…with a backup QB.

    So maybe it is just one season.
    Maybe Philly don’t have as many rings or Lombardis as some other organizations (who may or may not be notorious for cheating… or getting hot at the right time…).

    But as true as that may be, it doesn’t change the facts of today. And today we just resigned our Coach (of the Year) and Executive of the Year.

  10. Yeah, the Dream Team. Let’s not forget that. They only won because the officiating was a joke. The “Philly Special” was an illegal formation, and Clement, Ertz, and Jeffrey “catches” were anything but. Spare me. They are fake champs.

  11. elmerbrownelmerbrown says:
    August 5, 2018 at 6:42 pm
    Let’s take a look at the NFC EAST shall we
    Cowboys 5
    Ny Football Giants 4
    Redskins 3
    Iggles ahhh hemmmm 1

    1992
    1996
    2012
    2018

    I gave the Giants credit as being once proud. The other two won in the last century.
    Try again, Elmer!

  12. TruthfulDolphinsFanNotWearingBlinders says:
    August 5, 2018 at 6:22 pm
    A 1 year dynasty for sure, enjoy it and say a special thanks to BB for benching Malcolm Butler.
    ++++++++++++++++
    If this isn’t one of the many of tylawpicsixs handles then its someone closely related to him.

  13. Did you hear the iggles fans in Canton last night chanting Brian Dawkins copying the Yankees fans how they do roll call !

  14. I am a Skins fan, but you gotta hand it to Howie and Doug for how quickly they turned around the 5-alarm fire Chip Kelly left as he sauntered into irrelevance.

  15. Chip Kelly got rid of the bad apples, and helped develop Nick Foles into a super bowl winning QB. Without Kelly’s input, there are no parades in Philly. I love the job Howie Roseman has done, and happy to see Mr. Lurie finally get a championship. I hope it’s just the beginning. Carson Wentz hasn’t even scratched the surface.

  16. These are very knowledgeable people and deserve the extension.being a Vikings fan I’m still pissed the eagles crushed my team…but I can acknowledge good management and a Superbowl champ.

  17. elmerbrownelmerbrown says:
    August 5, 2018 at 6:21 pm

    “This is great news for the rest of the NFC East”.

    It would be one thing if you were clever or funny, unfortunately you are neither.

  18. One ring in 57 years. Awesome dynasty….. Birds of a feather stick together….. eagles = Seahawks. P e r I o d!

    Jeez win 1 …4. ….5….. more then come pop off. You may be A champ but you are No and Never will be. 5 x Champ!

    Dak > rest of the beast! Bar N O N E !

  19. Passes to Bulter in 2017 were efficient to a 103.3 rating.

    He was sick to the point of needing hospitalization earlier that week.

    Its not exactly like they lost mid ’90s Deion Sanders.

    Bill Belichick is smarter than you crybabies.

  20. Great move locking them up for the foreseeable future. But they have a tall task living up to expectations. Eagles fans suddenly talking dynasty and that’s freaking hard, no matter how hopeful things look on paper.

  21. elmerbrownelmerbrown says:
    August 5, 2018 at 7:00 pm

    Doug Pederson nice little coach but Frank Reich was the mastermind!

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    So what you’re saying is the Colts will win the Super Bowl in 2 years, and it should be a piece of cake for Reich since he’s already done it. Whew, what a relief for Indy fans.

  22. birdsfan1215 says:
    August 5, 2018 at 6:34 pm
    Continued from above:

    Dallas – Jerry’s home for wayward children. What an impressive collection of leaders, with inspiring moral character.

    Washington is, well, Washington. What an accurate quote from a failed head coach of the..

    Giants – once proud franchise now can’t seem to get out of their own way. I have grudging respect for Eli, sure hope he doesn’t get killed behind that alleged offensive line

    That is all.
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    Of those three teams, the one with the fewest Super Bowl wins still has two more than your team. This is your first experience with it so we’ll forgive your ignorance of reality. You’ll learn that repeats don’t usually work out, when in your mind you want to believe you have a dynasty.

  23. “Doug Pederson, as everyone is well aware, thoroughly outcoached Bill Belichick in Super Bowl LII”

    Thoroughly? No. Winning by one score is not throughly outcoaching someone, though it is a sign of respect for Belichick that someone would think so.

    Thoroughly outcoaching someone is when the Donks got hosed 45-7 in the Super Bowl a few years ago.

  24. Thoroughly? No. Winning by one score is not throughly outcoaching someone, though it is a sign of respect for Belichick that someone would think so.

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    I agree “thoroughly” is wrong. More like BB met his match in Doug which most of the country didn’t expect, but Eagles fans saw it coming a mile away.

  25. Michael E says:
    August 5, 2018 at 8:26 pm

    Of those three teams, the one with the fewest Super Bowl wins still has two more than your team. This is your first experience with it so we’ll forgive your ignorance of reality. You’ll learn that repeats don’t usually work out, when in your mind you want to believe you have a dynasty.

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    We can argue number of SB wins and how long ago til the end of time. You have your multiples and we have our one, but for now we own the division (and the league) and you don’t. I’m not claiming a dynasty or an automatic repeat, but we’re set for the next 5 years in a way that most teams aren’t. I wouldn’t want to be in your shoes these days.

  26. Eagles lock up the duo who lead them to the luckiest sb win in the history of the NFL.

  27. I am a Cowboy fan ..but I recognize what the front office
    of the Eagles has accomplishmented and continue to accomplish..
    Obviously, ownership picked the wrong horse when it decided
    Chip Kelly would make personal decisions.
    The key was that ownership made a fairly quick decision to
    reverse that horrible decision.
    I cannot think of a quicker turn around than what Howie pulled
    off. He got a huge break with the Bradford deal, but he has made
    many a great move since.
    In addition I believe that Howie’s best move or attribute is that he surrounds
    himself with great advisors like Tom Donahoe. Donahoe did a great job building the
    Steelers. Drafting Hines Ward in the third round, trading for Jerome Bettis,
    ( how many hall of fame players have been traded). Only to lose a power
    struggle with Bill Cowher. Credit Howie for bringing in a first class scout.
    I hate to say it, but the Eagles continue to make good moves on the player
    side.

  28. Michael E says:
    August 5, 2018 at 8:26 pm

    Of those three teams, the one with the fewest Super Bowl wins still has two more than your team. This is your first experience with it so we’ll forgive your ignorance of reality. You’ll learn that repeats don’t usually work out, when in your mind you want to believe you have a dynasty.

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    If there are players in the league who were not born the last time your team won a ring then that ring is worth little more than say a 1948, 1949, or 1960 NFL Championship at this point.

    The odds of the Cowboys, Redskins, or Giants winning a Super Bowl in the next 3 years is ZERO.

  29. calizcowboyz says:
    August 5, 2018 at 7:53 pm
    One ring in 57 years. Awesome dynasty….. Birds of a feather stick together….. eagles = Seahawks. P e r I o d!

    Jeez win 1 …4. ….5….. more then come pop off. You may be A champ but you are No and Never will be. 5 x Champ!

    Dak > rest of the beast! Bar N O N E !

    3 32 Rate This

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    OMG that made me crack up. LoL. It was sarcastic right? Please tell me it was a joke.

  30. Only ones claiming an Eagles dynasty is fans of other teams. I never read any Eagles fan post claiming of a dynasty. Any coach in the NFL is going to say they are going back out to try and win another one because that’s their job. Every team wants to win every year. You guys are saying dynasty we are not….but heavy lies the crown I guess.

  31. Throughly outcoached BB ????? It was a shootout game ,it was a horribly coached game by both sides !

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