1. Doug Pederson was born to Teri and Gordon "Gordy" Pederson (1939—2016)  on January 31, 1968, in Bellingham, Washington.
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4. Doug Pederson is playing quarterback at Samford University and has two seasons of eligibility remaining.
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11. Doug Pederson re-signed with the Packers to a one-year, $750,000 contract on April 29, 2003.
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12. Doug Pederson was re-signed to a one-year, $650,000 contract with the Packers on April 2, 2002.
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13. Doug Pederson re-signed with the Packers with a two-year contract on February 20, 1997.
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14. Doug Pederson spent the entire 1994 season on the Dolphins' active roster as the third-string quarterback behind Marino and Bernie Kosar.
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15. Doug Pederson was re-signed by the Dolphins after the season on March 3, 1993.
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19. Doug Pederson 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.
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21. Doug Pederson served as the offensive coordinator of the Kansas City Chiefs from 2013 to 2015.
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23. Doug Pederson beat Sean Payton in a golf bet, but luck is running out for the Eagles.
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25. Doug Pederson looking forward to seeing Louisiana friends, family when Eagles visit Saints.
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26. Doug Pederson described Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan with plenty of caution in a media conference call.
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28. On January 18, 2016, Doug Pederson was hired as head coach of the Eagles replacing Chip Kelly.
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34. Doug Pederson considered retirement after being released by the Eagles, but instead signed a two-year contract with the Cleveland Browns on September 2, 2000.
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36. Doug Pederson was again the third quarterback throughout 1997, backing up Favre and Steve Bono.
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38. Doug Pederson replaced Gagliano as the third-string quarterback when he signed with the Packers on November 22, 1995.
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40. Doug Pederson re-signed with the Dolphins on April 16, 1994, after the season ended.
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42. Doug Pederson was able to steer the Dolphins to the win.
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46. Doug Pederson spent 1992 training camp with the Dolphins, before being released during final roster cuts again.
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