Updated: Friday, February 9, 2018, 7:10 AM
Anne Gordon, senior vice president of marketing, media and communications for the Eagles, is leaving the team.
“I have had an incredible five and half seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles,” said Gordon, a former manager editor at the Inquirer. “Ending with the Super Bowl championship made my time here all that much more amazing.”
Gordon, who joined the Eagles’ front office in November 2012, directed the team’s marketing and their media assets, including television programming and radio, digital, social media and print content. She also administered the Eagles’ public and community relations departments.
There were several notable changes during Gordon’s tenure. Dave Spadaro, who managed the Eagles’ web site for years, became exclusively an Insider. The team’s social media efforts grew significantly. And long-time media relations director Derek Boyko left to take an executive position with the Buffalo Bills.
The Eagles, who will conduct a search for Gordon’s replacement, declined to comment, citing their previous practice of not addressing most staff departures.
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