Eagles: Takeaways and notes from Howie Roseman, Nick Sirianni’s end-of-season press conference

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The Eagles held their annual season-ending press conferences and unlike the 2021 version, we’ll head into the offseason certain about the quarterback, head coach, and all of the offensive coaches.

Jonathan Gannon could land a job as a head coach, but other than that, Philadelphia will enter the 2022 offseason with continuity, draft assets, and a clear plan at improving around Jalen Hurts.

Here are 11 takeaways and notes from the presser.

1. Hurts is the guy

Jan 16, 2022; Tampa, Florida, USA; Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts (1) looks to pass the ball in the second half against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a NFC Wild Card playoff football game at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports

It makes the most sense and allows the young quarterback to proceed with the same offensive staff for the first time in his career dating back to high school.

2. Brandon Graham will return

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Graham can still rush the passer and Howie Roseman made it clear that the 34-year old will have a role in Philly.

3. Jalen Reagor will return

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Reagor will return in 2022 and it sounds like the team will do their best to ensure he gets the tools to continue his development.

4. Brandon Brooks is healthy and hasn't yet retired

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The right guard’s future with the team is uncertain, but he hasn’t retired and he’s healthy.

5. Eagles keeping offseason information close to the vest

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