Doug Pederson returned to North Louisiana this weekend while hosting his 11th annual charity golf tournament. When Pederson started this event years ago, he wanted to make sure he was giving back to a community he cared about and that would be where he played his college ball as the quarterback of then-Northeast Louisiana.
Pederson went on to enjoy a 14 year career, mainly as a backup QB to Brett Favre. It's been a whirlwind since Pederson retired from the NFL, going from Calvary high school head football coach to the Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator in 5 years.
Pederson is the OC under new Chiefs coach Andy Reid, his position coach when he was at Green Bay. He added he's excited to work with new quarterback Alex Smith. And when asked if he has plans of becoming a head coach himself, Pederson says he just takes things day by day.