Bill Bergey

United States

Football

B: February 9, 1945

Four Time Pro Bowl Selection

A middle linebacker out of Arkansas State, Bergey was a second round selection by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 1969 A.F.L. draft. He became an A.F.L. All-Star in his rookie season. When Bergey signed a contract to play in the W.F.L., Paul Brown traded him to the Philadelphia Eagles prior to the 1974 season. The W.F.L. folded and Bergey played seven seasons in Philadelphia, appearing in four Pro Bowls (1975, '77-'79) and helped the Eagles to an appearance in Super Bowl XV. Following his retirement, Bergey has worked as a broadcaster for the Eagles.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT
PLACE POINTS MONEY
EVENT WINS
1978 Preliminary 4
3
N/A
N/A
N/A
1978 Final
7
15
$4,500
Golf
1979 Preliminary 4
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1981 Superteams Football Preliminary

1

 

$6,200

 
1981 Superteams Final

1

 

$7,700

 
TOTALS
15
$18,400
1

PERSONAL BESTS
Golf - closest to the pin
1' 1"
1978 Final
Rowing
41.16
1978 Final
100 Yard Dash
11.14
1978 Final
Bike Race - Mile
3:11.55
1978 Final
Points Scored
15
1978 Final



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