I think the Athletic covered this well yesterday. Lurie knows how and why they draft. Unless he fires Howie, he won't lose final authority. Just some new people (perhaps including Dorsey) around him.
However, a binary decision of Player A versus Player B is not the limited scope with which Roseman is evaluated. You can certainly view it as “the Eagles chose Jalen Reagor over Justin Jefferson,” but my sense is Lurie would be more focused on the process that led to that draft pick and other decisions, the methods used to reach those decisions and the fitness of the entire football operations more than the result of specific personnel decisions.
For all the hot-button roster decisions — Why J.J. Arcega-Whiteside in the second round? Why Reagor over Jefferson? Why Jalen Hurts in Round 2? Why not trade for DeAndre Hopkins or Stefon Diggs? — Lurie is not deaf to the discussion. He isn’t in the Jerry Jones mold of picking the players, but he’s also not an absentee owner. He’s in the draft room. He’s paying attention to roster construction. He’s aware of the day-to-day happenings.
Don’t interpret this as absolving Roseman of some of the decisions that have been made. Roseman has final say. It’s his finger on the button. There is no ambiguity: He’s responsible for the roster. (That applies to the decisions that worked, too.)
But these decisions are not made in a vacuum. Take the Arcega-Whiteside pick (over DK Metcalf) and the Reagor pick (over Jefferson). Lurie is aware of how the Eagles’ medical staff evaluated Metcalf heading into the draft. He knows the people in the organization who might have advocated for one player over another.
Roseman is ultimately responsible. When you have final say, it’s your name on the decision. But Lurie has a different level of involvement and insight on the roster building than on the coaching side, at least in the moment of a decision.