Tom Gamble is going back to where he started. Roseman said that the Eagles had talked to Gamble last year after Grigson left but indicated that Gamble wasn't ready to make a move Gamble talked to teams about GM jobs this offseason , but didn’t land any of those. Gamble's father, Harry, was the Eagles' president when his son was as an assistant in the team's player personnel department from 1988 to '94. Roseman, 37, who joined the Eagles in 2000 and was promoted to general manager in January 2010, has considerably less NFL experience than Gamble. "He has played an instrumental role within our personnel department, and is a true professional in every sense of the word." He remained in Philadelphia through 1994, serving as a college scouting administrator, area scout, contract negotiator, and later as the director of pro scouting.