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Eagles hiring Jeremy Gray as assistant director of pro scouting

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The Eagles retooling of the front office and scouting department continues and the team recently added Jeremy Gray to the position of assistant director of pro scouting.

This move follows the departures of former Eagles senior scouts Ian Cunningham and Brandon Brown back in January.

Recently, vice president of football operations Catherine Raiche moved on to the Browns, while Casey Weidl and three other staffers were also shown the door.

Gray spent a year in the Pac 12 at Arizona as Coordinator of College Scouting, and before that, he also worked as a Player Personnel Assistant and Pro Personnel Scout for the Minnesota Vikings.

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