Eagles’ VP of Player Personnel Andy Weidl gets 2nd interview for Steeler GM job

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The Eagles are in jeopardy of losing another key front office member after the Steelers announced that Andy Weidl has landed a second interview for their general manager job.

A key fixture in Philadelphia with 24 years of NFL scouting experience, Weidl just completed his sixth overall season with the Eagles and his third as the team’s vice president of player personnel.

Weidl has played an integral role in helping construct rosters that have produced playoff appearances in four of the last five seasons, including two NFC East championships (2017 and 2019) and a 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII.

A Pittsburgh native, Weidl originally joined Philadelphia’s scouting department as the assistant director of player personnel (2016-17) under current Jets general manager Joe Douglas.

During the 2018 offseason, Weidl was promoted to director of player personnel.


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