Weidl first joined the team prior to the 2017 season and was present for Philadelphia's 2018 Super Bowl win, having previously worked under the label of Director of Player Personnel.
The @Eagles have promoted Andy Weidl to VP of player personnel, filling vacancy of Joe Douglas, new Jets GM. The team website has confirmed.— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) June 13, 2019
Weidl now won’t be joining good friend Douglas in NY.
Prior to his stint with the Eagles, Weidl served as a member of the Baltimore Ravens for three years, where he was a East regional scout.
The Eagles are coming off a 2018 campaign in which they finished just 9-7, yet still found themselves minutes away from the NFC Championship Game.
The organization just recently agreed to a four-year contract extension with franchise quarterback Carson Wentz worth roughly $128 million, $66 million of which is fully guaranteed.
Philly's 2019 regular season begins on Sept. 8 when it welcomes in the Washington Redskins to Lincoln Financial Field.