51 Facts About Doug Pederson

1. Doug Pederson was born to Teri and Gordon "Gordy" Pederson (1939—2016) [19] on January 31, 1968, in Bellingham, Washington.

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2. Doug Pederson went 12-for-25 for 91 yards and two touchdowns in the game.

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3. Doug Pederson originally signed as a rookie free agent by the Miami Dolphins on May 1, 1991, [5] out of Northeast Louisiana University in Monroe, Louisiana.

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4. Doug Pederson is playing quarterback at Samford University and has two seasons of eligibility remaining.

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5. Doug Pederson kids grew up around football and Josh, 20, was no different, competing at Blue Valley North High School in Overland Park, Kanasas before signing his Letter of Intent to the University of Louisiana Monroe in 2016.

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6. Doug Pederson has settled into life in Philadelphia—again.

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7. Doug Pederson beat McVay in each of the past two seasons.

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8. Doug Pederson was promoted to quarterbacks coach on February 8, 2011, replacing James Urban, who was promoted to assistant offensive coordinator.

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9. Doug Pederson retired in March 2005 to become a head coach at Calvary Baptist Academy.

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10. Doug Pederson stayed in the game up until the last snap, when he was replaced by third-string quarterback Craig Nall.

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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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16. Doug Pederson was the backup quarterback to Reggie Slack with the Knights from March to May 1992.

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17. Doug Pederson was waived on August 17, 1991, before the start of the regular season.

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18. Doug Pederson still holds multiple passing records at the school.

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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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20. Doug Pederson was a backup to Dan Marino as a member of the Miami Dolphins, and a starting quarterback for the Eagles and Cleveland Browns.

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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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22. Doug Pederson told media today that the second-year corner is currently listed as "day to day"—"Optimistic that he'll play, so we.

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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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24. Doug Pederson said the Eagles had to look "in the mirror" and ask themselves if they're "giving enough.

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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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27. Doug Pederson highlights two big reasons why Eagles have struggled.

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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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29. On January 29, 2009, Doug Pederson was hired as the offensive quality control coach for the Philadelphia Eagles, reuniting him with his former head coach, Andy Reid.

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30. For the third consecutive season, Doug Pederson backed up Favre in all 16 games and held placekicks.

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31. Doug Pederson was the primary backup to Favre for the entire 2001 season, and was the primary placekick holder in every game.

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32. Doug Pederson was released after the season on February 22, 2001.

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33. Doug Pederson started as the third quarterback behind Couch and Spergon Wynn, until Couch suffered a season-ending injury in week 7.

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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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35. Doug Pederson beat out Rick Mirer for the backup job to Favre, as well as the primary placekick holder job, in 1998.

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36. Doug Pederson was again the third quarterback throughout 1997, backing up Favre and Steve Bono.

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37. Doug Pederson served as the third quarterback behind Favre and McMahon in 1996, playing in one game but recorded no statistics.

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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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39. On February 15, 1995, Doug Pederson was selected by the Carolina Panthers in the twenty-second round of the NFL Expansion Draft, after being placed on the Dolphins' available players list on January 19, but was released on May 24, 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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41. Doug Pederson served as the backup to recently acquired Steve DeBerg for the three games Mitchell missed with injury.

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42. Doug Pederson was able to steer the Dolphins to the win.

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43. Doug Pederson made his NFL debut on October 24, 1993, in a week 8 game against the Indianapolis Colts.

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44. Doug Pederson replaced Marino on the active roster, and served as Mitchell's backup for the next four games.

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45. For the second consecutive season, Doug Pederson was re-signed to the team's practice squad, on September 1, 1993.

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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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47. Doug Pederson originally signed as a rookie free agent by the Miami Dolphins on May 1, 1991, out of Northeast Louisiana University in Monroe, Louisiana.

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48. Doug Pederson won the Super Bowl in his second season.

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49. Doug Pederson enjoyed an offseason full of praise after leading the Eagles to their first Super Bowl title.

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50. Doug Pederson talks about Eagles players who might return from injured reserve.

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51. Doug Pederson says Eagles have big decisions to make on injured players possibly returning.

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