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Bad blood has been brewing in Howie Roseman's scouting department, according to report

The Eagles might not be done making changes.

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

According to a report from CSN Philly, the Philadelphia Eagles may not stop at firing Vice President of Player Personnel Tom Gamble. Geoff Mosher is reporting the following. Bold emphasis is mine:

"Multiple sources told that tensions have developed between Roseman and Kelly throughout Kelly’s two-year tenure, whereas the bond between Kelly and Gamble, two football guys who think along the same lines, was tightening.

The same sources also said bad blood in Roseman’s scouting department have been brewing and Gamble’s departure could be just the first shoe to drop.

Assistant director of player personnel Ed Marynowitz has also butted heads with Roseman, the sources said.

So it appears more changes to the Eagles front office could be on the way. There was already a report on Tuesday about Eagles director of pro personnel Rick Mueller interviewing with the New York Jets for their general manager vacancy.

As for the Roseman-Kelly and the Gamble-Kelly relationships, that's something we mentioned earlier today.

This situation will obviously be something to keep an eye on moving forward.

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