Jay  Fiedler

Jay Fiedler

Fiedler enjoyed successful collegiate career at Dartmouth College, where he set school records for touchdown passes (58), passing yards (6,684) and total offense (7,249 yards). Fiedler NFL career got off to a slow start as short stints with the Philadelphia Eagles (1994–95), Minnesota Vikings (1998), and Jacksonville Jaguars (1999) all but derailed his hopes of fulfilling his professional dreams. He would later finding a home work with the Miami Dolphins from 2000–04. In the the four season with the Dolphins, Fiedler helped to 10+ wins in three seasons, two of which were 11–5 seasons in 2000-01. Fiedler has an AFC East title, and two postseason appearances to his credit. Fiedler, was inducted into the National Jewish Museum Sports Hall of Fame in 2002, and operates The Sports Academy at Brookwood Camps and the Prime Time Sports Camps along with his brother Scott.