We regarded Asante as the number one available free agent in the NFL, and we're very fortunate to be able to acquire himEagles sign CB Asante Samuel Feb 29, 2008
As I've said many times, Andy Reid is an excellent leader of our football teamAndy Reid gets contract extension Sep 08, 2004
I think he'll go down as one of the great Eagles' players, and we hope he'll certainly retire as an EagleDawkins signs seven-year contract Apr 28, 2003
On behalf of the entire Eagles organization, I sincerely regret the passing of Leonard Tose todayFormer Eagles owner Tose dead at 88 Apr 15, 2003
Randall brought so much excitement to the city of Philadelphia and to the NFLRandall Cunningham to retire Aug 15, 2002
Jeffrey Lurie (born September 8, 1951 in Boston, Massachusetts) is a former Hollywood producer turned National Football League team owner. Lurie bought the Philadelphia Eagles on May 6, 1994 from then-owner Norman Braman for $195 million. The club is now estimated to be worth $1.054 billion, as valued in 2007 by Forbes.
Before purchasing the Eagles, Lurie served as the president and chief executive officer of Chestnut Hill Productions, a Los Angeles-based film company, which he founded in 1985. His corporation did not make any blockbuster hits, but became successful supervising production of films made by much larger companies. The company also produces television commercials.
Prior to entering business, Lurie served as an adjunct assistant professor of social policy at Boston University.