In January Philadelphia named Ferndale High School graduate Doug Pederson the Eagles’ 23rd head coach, replacing Chip Kelly. On Sunday Pederson comes home to Seattle to play the Seahawks, whom he grew up watching with season tickets in the Kingdome.
In January Philadelphia named Ferndale High School graduate Doug Pederson the Eagles’ 23rd head coach, replacing Chip Kelly. On Sunday Pederson comes home to Seattle to play the Seahawks, whom he grew up watching with season tickets in the Kingdome. Ron Jenkins AP
In January Philadelphia named Ferndale High School graduate Doug Pederson the Eagles’ 23rd head coach, replacing Chip Kelly. On Sunday Pederson comes home to Seattle to play the Seahawks, whom he grew up watching with season tickets in the Kingdome. Ron Jenkins AP
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Ferndale High graduate Doug Pederson leads his Eagles into Seattle on Sunday

November 16, 2016 08:48 AM

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