June 25, 2024

Eagles Director of Scouting Brandon Hunt is reportedly in line for an interview for the top personnel position with the New England Patriots, as per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Currently, Eliot Wolf, the Patriots’ director of scouting, has been fulfilling the role of de facto general manager since Bill Belichick’s departure. Wolf recently oversaw the Patriots’ 2024 draft and is regarded as the frontrunner to retain the position, according to Phil Perry of NBC Sports Boston.

Hunt joined the Eagles’ front office in 2022 after serving as the Pittsburgh Steelers’ pro scouting coordinator for 12 seasons (2010-2021). Prior to his tenure with the Steelers, he worked as a pro scout with the Texans from 2007 to 2009.

In addition to Hunt, the Eagles boast a talented pool of senior personnel directors, including Dave Caldwell and Matt Russell, a senior director of college scouting in Anthony Patch, and two directors of player personnel in Charles Walls and Alan Wolking. They also have Phil Bhaya as their director of college scouting and Max Gruder as their director of pro scouting.

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The Eagles have experienced significant turnover in their front office in recent years, losing key personnel members such as Catherine Raiche, Ian Cunningham, Brandon Brown, Andy Weidl, and Andrew Berry. Despite these departures, Howie Roseman, the Eagles’ general manager, enjoys considerable job security in Philadelphia. While upward mobility may be limited within the organization, Roseman has prioritized talent development in the front office and has effectively managed these transitions.

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