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Jay Fiedler

(1971 - )

Jay Brian Fiedler is a Jewish American former professional football player.

Fiedler (born December 29, 1971) was born in Oceanside, New York, and attended Dartmouth College where he played football and received a degree in Mechanical Engineering.

A journeyman in the National Football League (NFL), Fiedler played for stints on the Philadelphia Ealges (1994-95), Minnesota Vikings (1998) and Jacksonville Jaguars (1999) before settling for a longer period with the Miami Dolphins, from 2000 through 2004. Fiedler's stint with the Miami Dolphins featured three 10+ win seasons in four years, two 11–5 seasons in 2000 and 2001, an AFC East title, and two postseason appearances including a victory for the Dolphins.

In March 2005, Fiedler signed as a free agent with the New York Jets and played one season before being released ansd signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He sat out the 2006 season due to a shoulder injury and was not resigned.

Fiedler was inducted into the National Jewish Museum Sports Hall of Fame in 2002, joining fellow NFL player Josh Miller that year.

Fiedler currently owns and operates The Sports Academy at Brookwood Camps and the Prime Time Sports Camps along with his brother Scott.

Sources: Wikipedia, Pro Football Refrence