Player Profile and Personal Life
Dallas Goedert is an American football player playing as a tight end for NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles. He also played football during his college years at South Dakota State. The Eagles drafted Goedert in the 2018 NFL Draft in the second round.
Dallas Clayton Goedert was born on January 3, 1995, in Aberdeen, South Dakota. He stands 196 cm. tall and weighs 116 kg. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mary Jo Carlson. His parents are fond of fishing and rafting.
Philadelphia Eagles chose Goedert in the second round of the NFL Draft in 2018, 49th overall. In the 2018 season, he made his NFL debut in the season opener versus Atlanta Falcons. He successfully finished his rookie season with 4 receiving touchdowns and 33 receptions for 334 receiving yards.
|Height / weight||1.96 m / 116 kg|
|Born||3 Jan 1995|
|Philadelphia Eagles||2018 - present|
In 2019, he recorded a career-high 9 receptions and one touchdown in the 17 to 9 victory versus Dallas Cowboys. In Week 17 game versus New York Giants, he contributed to the victory of the Eagles upon recording 4 receptions for 65 yards during the 34 to 17 victory that secured the NFC East title twice within three-game seasons. Goedert finished the year’s regular season with 58 receptions for 5 touchdowns and 607 yards.
In the 2020 season-opening loss of Eagle to the Washington Football Team, he made 8 receptions for 101 receiving yards and 1 receiving touchdown. In 2021, Dallas Goedert took over as Eagles TE1, following Zach Ertz’s trade in October. On January 3, 2022, Goedert was placed on the COVID list but was activated a week later.
- 2016, 2017-AP FCS All-America FirstTeam
- 2015-2017- 3× First team All-MVFC