Harold Carmichael Biography

Harold Carmichael

Quick Facts Of Harold Carmichael

Celebrated Name Harold Carmichael
Age 70 Years
Nick Name N/A
Birth Name Lee Harold Carmichael
Birth Date 1949-09-22
Gender Male
Profession Retired Footballer & Businessman
Birth Nation USA
Place Of Birth Jacksonville, Florida
Nationality American
Ethnicity Afro-American
Horoscope Leo
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High School William M. Raines High School
University Southern University
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Height 6 feet 8 inches
Weight 102 Kg
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Body Build/Type Athletic
Net Worth $82 Million (Not Verified)
Salary Under Review
Source of Wealth Sports Industry
Sexual Orientation Straight
Links Wikipedia,Twitter

Harold Carmichael is a former American football wide receiver in the National Football League (NFL) who played 13 seasons for the Philadelphia Eagles (1971-1983) and one season for the Dallas Cowboys (1984). He also serves the Director of Player Development and Alumni for the Eagles from 1998-2014, and a Fan Engagement Liaison from 2014-2015, before retiring again in 2015.

What is Harold Carmichael famous for?

  • An American professional retired footballer and businessman.

Where is Harold Carmichael born?

Recalling his early life, Harold was born in Jacksonville, Florida, USA. He is of American nationality and belongs to Afro-American ethnicity. Similarly, his birth sign is Leo and his religion is currently unknown. Further, the information about his parents and siblings is yet to be disclosed.

Where did Harold Carmichael play College Football?

Concerning his education details, Harold attended William M. Raines High School in Jacksonville, Florida, where he played the clarinet in the school's band. He began playing quarterback on the football team. Later, He walked-on at Southern University and became a tri-sport athlete.

Which NFL team Drafted Harold Carmichael?

  • Moving towards his career, Harlod begins his football career from his school days and gives continuity until his retirements.
  • He was selected by the Philadelphia Eagles in the seventh round of the 1971 NFL Draft. As a rookie, he was converted into a tight end, starting in 6 out of the 9 games and leading the team's tight ends with 20 receptions.
  • The next year, he was moved to wide receiver. In 1973, he had a breakout year with the arrival of head coach Mike McCormack, leading the league with 67 receptions for 1,116 yards (16.7-yard average) and was tied for fourth with 9 receiving touchdowns.
  • His production fell in the next three seasons as the team struggled to find a reliable quarterback. In 1977, Ron Jaworski was named the starting quarterback, with his leading the team with 46 receptions for 665 yards and 7 touchdowns.
  • He was elected to four Pro Bowls in his NFL career. He finished third in receiving yards in 1978 with 1,072 and was second in receiving touchdowns in 1979 with 11.
  • In 1980, he set an NFL record at the time by catching passes in 127 consecutive NFL games.
  • On May 11th, 1984, he was waived by the Eagles. On August 8th, he was signed as a free agent by the New York Jets, who were looking to improve their depth at wide receiver while Wesley Walker held out in a contract dispute and Lam Jones recovered from a broken collarbone. He was released on August 26th.
  • On September 6th, he signed with the Dallas Cowboys, who were looking for wide receiver depth after Tony Hill was injured in the season opener 20-13 win against the Los Angeles Rams. He played in 2 games and caught only one pass before being cut on November 14th and announcing his retirement.
  • He ended his career with 590 receptions for 8,985 yards with 79 career touchdown catches, along with 64 rushing yards on nine carries. He currently ranks 25th all-time in career touchdown receptions, but he was 7th all-time at the time of his retirement.
  • He was selected to the NFL 1970s All-Decade Team by voters of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. From 1973 to 1983, he led all NFL receivers in receptions, receiving yards, and touchdowns. 
  • In 1987, he was inducted into the Eagles Hall of Fame. The Professional Football Researchers Association named him to the PRFA Hall of Very Good Class of 2009.
  • On January 15th, 2020, He was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2020.

What is Harold Carmichael doing now?

  • After retiring from his playing career, he settled in South Jersey and joined a Philadelphia travel agency as a vice president for sales. He later operated various businesses, including steel fabrication and sports marketing.
  • In 1998, Carmichael was named the director of player and community relations for the Eagles, a newly created position where he would be a "combination mentor, confidant, troubleshooter, and liaison between the players and the authority figures in the organization".
  • He was moved to a Fan Engagement Liaison position in 2014 and retired from that role on April 2, 2015. He currently works as an ambassador for the team in his retirement.

Is Harold Carmichael married or not?

Reflecting on his personal life, it's hard to find his details at the moment. There is a lack of information about his details on social networking sites. That's means, he is a quite secretive person and lives like to as an ordinary man. 

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What is Harold Carmichael Net worth?

Being a retired footballer and businessman, Harold earns an impressive amount of money and fame from his profession in the field of sports and tourism industry till dates. Based on some online reports, his estimated net worth said to be $82 million at present. However, his salary is yet to be disclosed.

How tall is Harold Carmichael?

Observing his body statistics, Harlod stands a height of 6 feet 8 inches and weighs around 102 kg. Similarly, he has an athletic body with black hair and eyes. His other body information is yet to be disclosed. In the case of disclosed, we will let you know.

Did You Know?

  • On January 15th, 2020 Carmichael was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2020.
  • In 2012, he was inducted into the Southwest Athletic Conference Hall of Fame.

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