- Full Name Howard Craig Roseman
- Occupation Executive vice president and General manager
- Nationality American
- Birthplace New York, USA
- Birth Date Jun 23, 1975
- Age 46 Years, 7 Months
Howie Roseman | BiographyAppointed as the executive vice president/general manager of Eagles in 2019
Roseman wanted to be a general manager of an NFL team from an early age. So, while studying in Marlboro High School, Roseman began writing letters to all 32 NFL teams. "When I was 9 or 10 [years old], people would ask what I wanted to be when I grew up and I told them I wanted to be the general manager of an NFL team," he said.
Howie Roseman is the Philadelphia Eagles' executive vice president and general manager in the National Football League.
Who is Howie Roseman?
Howard Craig Roseman is an American sports executive. He was initially hired as an intern by the Philadelphia Eagles in 2000. Roseman was then promoted as the director of football administration in 2003.
After three years as the team's director of football administration, Roseman was named vice president of football administration for the 2006-07 season. He represented the team on a contract, salary cap, and player personnel issues while evaluating players around the NFL and for the draft.
On 29 January 2010, Roseman was named the general manager of Eagles. He went to work on the Eagles' roster in his first season as general manager, making it one of the league's youngest. The Eagles' revamped team won the NFC East division championship in the same year.
In a transformation in the front-office structure, on 2 January 2015, Roseman was appointed as the executive vice president of Football Operations. In the position, he continued to direct contract negotiations, manage the team's salary, oversee the medical staff, equipment and staff, and other aspects of the team's operations.
Additionally, Roseman led the Eagles' success in the Super Bowl LII championship in 2017. Philadelphia finished the regular season with a franchise-record tying 13-3 record, securing the top seed in the NFC playoffs ahead of its championship run. That same year, Roseman was also named the Executive of the Year by Pro Football Writers Association.
Roseman received the 'Steinberg-DeNicola Humanitarian Award' from the Maxwell Football Club in 2018. It is an annual award that honors a member of the NFL who is dedicated to doing great in their community. Roseman is also a member of the Global Sports Management Summit's Governing Body and YPO.
On 13 June 2019, Roseman was appointed as the executive vice president/general manager of Eagles.
Age & Parents
Howard Craig Roseman was born on 23 June 1975 in New York. However, he was raised in Marlboro Township, New Jersey. As of December 2021, he is 46 years old.
Roseman's mother owns a women's clothing boutique in Manalapan, New Jersey. His father works for the New York City Department of Education as an educational consultant specializing in school security. Before retiring, his father worked as an assistant principal at Tottenville High School in Staten Island.
Roseman wanted to be a general manager of an NFL team from an early age. So, while studying in Marlboro High School, Roseman began writing letters to all 32 NFL teams.
He later earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Florida and a law degree from Fordham University.
Roseman has been married to his wife Mindy Alyse Friedman since 18 June 2005. The couple got married at Friedman's parents' home. They share four children, and the family resides in suburban Philadelphia.
At the time of their marriage, Friedman was the director of the investment banking analyst program at Lehman Brothers in Manhattan. Friedman graduated from the University of New York.
Her father, Jeffrey I. Friedman, is the chairman and president of Associated Estates Realty Corporation at Richmond Heights, an Ohio-based real estate investment trust.
Net Worth & Salary
While Roseman's net worth has not been disclosed, his annual salary is $1.7 million as of 2018.
According to a 2018 article from Heavy, his salary increased from $1.5 million to $1.7 million after being named the executive vice president of Football Operations. Moreover, when he was hired initially as an intern, Roseman was paid only $250 per week.