Doug Pederson was the coach that helped lead the Philadelphia Eagles to their first Super Bowl victory in franchise history. It makes you wonder if the team appreciates having him on their side.
Let’s take a look at his net worth!
Doug Pederson Net Worth 2018: $15 Million
Doug Pederson, the head coach of the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles, has a reported estimated net worth of approximately $15-19 million.
The Early Years
A Washington state native, Pederson was an All-State selection in football, basketball, and baseball while attending Ferndale High School. He later played quarterback from 1987 through 1990 while attending Northeast Louisiana University.
Like a lot of professional coaches, Pederson got his start on the other side of the field. Over the years, he’s played for teams including the Miami Dolphins, the Cleveland Browns, the Green Bay Packers, for which he had two stints, and even the Philadelphia Eagles, for whom he would gain later notoriety as a coach. Staying with the Packers the longest, he ended his final season with the team enduring a hit to his side that resulted in a cracked bone in his back, a torn muscle in his side, and a broken rib. He retired as a professional player in March 2005, starting off his professional coaching career.
Pederson got his start in coaching through the high school circuit, getting a job as a head football coach of Calvary Baptist Academy, a private Christian high school in Shreveport, Louisiana, the state he went to college. He stayed with the school for four years before he went on to assistant coaching teams on the NFL circuit.
On January 29, 2009, Pederson was hired as the offensive quality control coach for the Philadelphia Eagles, a team he once played for. On January 11, 2013, Pederson he switched to the Kansas City Chiefs to serve as offensive coordinator. On January 18, 2016, Pederson returned to the Eagles, becoming the head coach and becoming a resident of Moorestown, New Jersey. By 2018, he proved his worth by leading the Philadelphia Eagles to their first win in franchise history.