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Herman "Herm" Edwards      

Former Arizona State Head Football Coach, Former ESPN Football Analyst, NFL Head Coach and Player

Coach Herman “Herm” Edwards is a former NFL and college head coach, and a current ESPN football analyst who appears across a variety of shows including SportsCenter, Get Up and many ESPN radio programs.

He is a former head coach at Arizona State where he lead the Sun Devils to three bowl games in his first four seasons in Tempe. Also at ASU, Edwards contributed in many other aspects of the university including serving as a Professor of Practice in the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, where he was a guest lecturer and held periodic discussions around sports and media.

Edwards is a former NFL head coach for the New York Jets and Kansas City Chiefs, where he led both teams to the postseason in his inaugural season.

Edwards spent nine years in the NFL as a defensive back with the Philadelphia Eagles. While with the Eagles, he never missed a game in nine seasons, started in Super Bowl XV and his 33 career interceptions remains tied for second most in franchise history.

Edwards is a consummate team member, always charity minded, and an ambassador for the game of football. Past recognitions of Edwards’ efforts have included being named the Walter Camp Foundation Man of the Year; Team ESPN Commentator of the Year and recognized by Shell Oil Company with the Shell Legacy Award.


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