Panthers have requested to interview Eagles assistant GM Alec Halaby

The Eagles have one of the NFL’s most innovative and analytical front offices, and teams follow that blueprint.

After losing Ian Cunningham to the Bears, Brandon Brown to the Giants, Catherine Raiche to the Browns, and Andy Weidl to the Steelers, Philadelphia could lose Alec Halaby.

After cleaning the house, Carolina has requested an interview with Eagles assistant GM Alec Halaby for their vacant GM position, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported.

Halaby was promoted to Eagles assistant general manager in 2022 after spending six seasons as the team’s vice president of football operations.

Roseman restructured the front office after losing so many understudies.

In the Eagles’ current setup, Halaby shares the assistant GM title with former VP of football operations and compliance Jon Ferrari.

An analytical genius, Halaby is versatile and has quickly climbed the ranks in Philadelphia.

Story originally appeared on Eagles Wire