Herman Edwards

United States

Football

B: April 27, 1954

Philadelphia Eagles Cornerback

Undrafted out of college, Edwards played nine seasons (1977-'85) with the Philadelphia Eagles, followed by short stints with the Dallas Cowboys and Atlanta Falcons. During his playing career, he became best know for a fumble recovery for a touchdown in the final seconds of a 1978 game against the New York Giants which gave the Eagles a 19-17 victory. The play is known as either the "Miracle of the Meadowlands" or "The Fumble" depending on whether one is in Philadelphia or New York. In 1980, he was a starter for the Eagles as they won the NFC championship and lost to the Raiders in Super Bowl XV. He later coached the New York Jets and Kansas City Chiefs, including an AFC East title in 2002. Edwards currently works as a commentator for ESPN.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT
PLACE POINTS MONEY
EVENT WINS
1981 Superteams Football Preliminary

1

 

$6,200

 
1981 Superteams Final

1

 

$7,700

 
TOTALS
$13,900

PERSONAL BESTS
Superteams Obstacle Course
24.64
1981 Superteams Final



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