Eagles hire three scouts, change role of three on staff

The Eagles hired three new scouts and changed the roles of three people on the personnel staff.

The new scouts are Michael Davis (midwest), Trey Brown (west coast), and Louis Clark (pro scout). 

Davis was the Jets assistant director of college scouting, scouted the southeast region, and spent 16 years in the Jets organization. 

Brown spent the past three seasons scouting the west coast for the Patriot. Clark was the player personnel director with the Jaguars.

The Eagles also promoted Ed Marynowitz to assistant director of player personnel from assistant director of pro scouting. Alan Wolking went from midwest area scout to southeast area scout. Mike Bradway went from northeast college scout to eastern regional scout.

 “Our goal is to hire and promote the best people here and from around the league," Roseman said in a statement. "This is a team effort; we all have a role to play and the more viewpoints we can kick around, the better. In the last couple of years, we’ve added some talented personnel men who have an incredible eye for talent in Tom [Gamble], Rick [Mueller], Ed [Marynowitz] and Tom [Donahoe] who come from a culture of winning to join our scouts and Anthony Patch who does a great job as our college director. We’ve been able to develop some youthful minds to the mix and are extremely excited about the direction we are headed.”


Here’s a breakdown of the Eagles player personnel department:

Tom Gamble – Vice President of Player Personnel

Anthony Patch – Director of College Scouting

Ed Marynowitz – Assistant Director of Player Personnel

Rick Mueller – Player Personnel Executive

Alec Halaby – Special Assistant to the General Manager

Tom Donahoe – Senior Football Advisor

Mike Bradway – Eastern Regional Scout

Michael Davis – Midwest Area Scout

Andy Speyer – Southwest Area Scout

Alan Wolking – Southeast Area Scout

Trey Brown – West Coast Area Scout

Louis Clark – Pro Scout

Brad Obee – College Scout/Coordinator

Jake Hallum – Senior Scout