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Doug Pederson Biography
Doug Pederson is an American football coach who is the head coach of Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League.He presided over by delivering the American Philadelphia eagles their first super bowl win in the franchise history in super bowl Lll.
He served as the offensive coordinator of the Kansas City Chiefs from 2013 to 2015. He spent most of his career playing in as a member of Green Bay Packers, as well as a backup quarterback to Brett Favre and holder on placekicks, and therefore winning super Bowl XXXI with the team over the New England Patriots.
In his second season as the Eagles’ head coach, Pederson won Super Bowl LII (also against the Patriots), marking the first Super Bowl title in franchise history. He also became just the fourth person, after Mike Ditka, Tom Flores and Tony Dungy to win a Super Bowl as both a player and head coach.
Doug Pederson Net Worth.
He earns $19million annually.
Doug Pederson Age
He was born on January 31,1968. He is now 51 years of age as of 2019.Doug Pederson photo
Doug Pederson Wife
Doug has been married to his wife Jeannie Pederson.
Doug Pederson Family
They have three sons together who are Drew Pederson, Joel Pederson, Josh Pederson. Craig pederson his brother, Teri Boykin his mother, Gordon Pederson his grandfather and Cathy Pederson his sister.
Doug Pederson Playing Career.
In May 1991, he was signed to the Miami Dolphins as an undrafted free agent but did not play a single game for the team. He was waived two months later, in august he spent a
year without a team but he was drafted by New Jersey Knights.of the World League of American Football (WLAF) in
March 1992 as a backup quarterback to Reggie Slacks.
The Dolphins resigned him in March 1993 and in October, he played his first NFL game for the Dolphins in a win over the New York Giants. In 1995, he was waived again by the dolphins and moved on to play for the Green Bay Packers as a backup quarterback. He went on to have a brief stint with the Cleve land Browns in 2000 before rejoining the packers again the following year he went renewing his contract annually until march 2005 When he announced his retirement.
Doug Pederson Coaching Career.
Doug Pederson began his coaching career in 2005 and over the years.
Pederson was hired as head coach of a Christian private school known as Calvary Baptist Academy in Shreveport, Louisiana. During his time as coach, his team was in the state playoff for four years. In 2007 he led his team to their first district title and they were only eliminated in the semi final.In 2009, he joined the Philadelphia Eagles as the new control coach.
Two years later, he was promoted to quartebck coach. In 2013, Doug moved to Kansas City Chiefs as a cordinator and
served for three years, assisting his longtime head coach, Andy Reid. On January 2016 he was re-hired by the Philadelphia Eagles as head coach upto this time.
He was criticized among the least qualified coach to be in such a top position. But Doug succeded in winning the super bowl without the impression of the players. His immidiate success made him the talk of the town and went being the top ranking among other head coaches like Jon Gruden, John Harbaugh, and others who have ever won the super bowl.
Doug Pederson Teams Coached
On January 29, 2009, Pederson was hired as the offensive quality control coach for the Philadelphia Eagles, reuniting him with his former head coach, Andy Reid. He was promoted to quarterbacks coach on February 8, 2011, replacing James Urban, who was promoted to assistant offensive coordinator.
Kansas City Chiefs
On January 11, 2013, Pederson followed Andy Reid to the Kansas City Chiefs to serve as offensive coordinator.Assistant coaches under Pederson who have become NFL head coaches: Frank Reich, Indianapolis Colts (2018–present)
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Doug Pederson Green Bay Parkers
The Packers signed Pederson to a one-year contract on March 13, 2001, to replace backup Matt Hasselbeck. He was re-signed to a one-year, $650,000 contract with the Packers on April 2, 2002. Pederson again was the backup quarterback and primary holder in all 16 games in 2002.
Pederson also played in games against the Miami Dolphins, Detroit Lions, and New York Jets. He re-signed with the Packers to a one-year, $750,000 contract on April 29, 2003. For the third consecutive season, Pederson backed up Favre in all 16 games and held placekicks.
He completed both of his passes during the regular season for a total of 16 yards. The Packers re-signed Pederson to a one-year contract on April 28, 2004. Tim Couch was signed to compete for the backup quarterback job, but lost out to Pederson and was released on September 5, 2004. In a week 3 game against the Indianapolis Colts, Pederson replaced Favre in a blowout loss and went 4-of-6 for 34 yards and an interception.
The next week, a week 4 game against the New York Giants, Favre sustained a concussion in the third quarter, and Pederson replaced him at quarterback. Pederson went 7-of-17 for 86 yards and an interception in the loss before he suffered a hit to his side in the third quarter that resulted in a cracked bone in his back, a torn muscle in his side, and a broken rib.
He stayed in the game up until the last snap, when he was replaced by third-string quarterback Craig Nall. Pederson was placed on injured reserve on October 7, ending his season. He retired in March 2005 to become a head coach at Calvary Baptist Academy.
Doug Pederson Interview
This was conducted by Dan Pompei. When the subject of training camp came up, I said, “I’m looking forward to going back to Lehigh for camp,” not knowing they had moved camp from Lehigh University, in Bethlehem, to the NovaCare Center in Philadelphia.
And they said, “Well, you know we’ve moved camp.” I said, “I got it,” then told them I was all in for training camp at NovaCare. We had a good laugh.
I talked about how we would practice, I talked about the type of culture I wanted, how we would cultivate it. I talked about how we were going to play a certain way and act a certain way as Philadelphia Eagles.
- I said I didn’t know what had happened in the past, but going forward, things would change. We would pay attention to little things. I talked about what I truly believed in. And the last thing I shared with the panel was the four things that apply to anything and everything we do.
- First we needed to create energy
- Second, eliminate distractions.
- Third, attack everything.
- Fourth, fear nothing
Doug Pederson Inspirational Quote
- Man , i always felt like high school football was where i needed to be. having three boys helps that decision.here at Calvary , i know i can have them in school with me and coach them when they are older. Its one of the reasons i came here. Stan is the same way. He’s got daughters there.
- I learnt long time ago not to worry about things i cant control.life is too short .im only going to focus on today.
- Our hearts are bigger ,our bonds are stronger, our hits are harder, our traditions older, but our weaknesses fewer.
- Personally i don’t see brett coming back next year.
Doug Pederson Miami Dolphins
Pederson, a third-string quarterback at the start of the 1993 season, helped Don Shula become the winningest coach in NFL history with (now coincidentally) a win over the Philadelphia Eagles. He led the Dolphins to a pair of field goal drives and the defense held firm for the Dolphins to win 19-14 — and for Shula to earn career win No. 325 and surpass George Halas for the most wins by a head coach in NFL history.
Doug Pederson Record
|PHI||2016||7||9||0||.438||4th in NFC East||—||—||—||—|
|PHI||2017||13||3||0||.813||1st in NFC East||3||0||1.000||Super Bowl LII Champions|
|PHI||2018||9||7||0||.563||2nd in NFC East||1||1||.500||Lost to New Orleans Saints in NFC Divisional Game|
Doug Pederson Post Game Press Conference