Dom DiSandro’s title at the Eagles now includes “gameday coaching operations”

The Eagles have made changes to Dom DiSandro’s responsibilities as he is now the chief security officer in addition to being responsible for gameday coaching operations. This decision was made after an incident during a game against the 49ers last season, where DiSandro was ejected for making contact with a player on the opposing team. As a result, he was banned from the sideline for the remainder of the regular season.

In his expanded role, DiSandro will oversee Nick Sirianni’s coaches during game days with the intention of preventing any potential issues in the future. This move was likely made to avoid any further disciplinary actions should a similar situation occur. The Eagles have also made other changes within their football operations and scouting departments, such as promoting Adam Barry to vice president of football operations and strategy. Barry is the brother of Browns general manager Andrew Berry.

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