Doug Pederson Is Living The Life In The New Jersey Suburbs Of Philadelphia

Doug Pederson's Moorestown, New Jersey house Super Bowl champion head coach Doug Pederson has become the king of Philadelphia, after leading the Eagles to the club’s first-ever Super Bowl victory and first NFL title since all the way back in 1960.

While Pederson spends a good portion of his life in the South Philadelphia neighborhood that is home to both the Eagles practice facility and home stadium, life away from work finds the 50-year-old sideline boss hanging out across the Delaware River in New Jersey.

Pederson and his family reside in the south Jersey suburb of Moorestown, 15 miles northeast of Lincoln Financial Field (house pictured in upper right).

Many Philadelphia sports figures call the city’s New Jersey suburbs home, because of the area’s relatively close proximity to the South Philadelphia Sport Complex (site of every team’s home stadium), as well as the fact that both the 76ers and Flyers base their respective practice facilities on the New Jersey side of the river, with the NBA squad headquartered in Camden and the NHL organization practicing in Voorhees.

For more details regarding Pederson’s life in and around Moorestown, check out this article in SJMagazine.Net, where the former NFL QB lists his favorite south Jersey restaurants, golf course, walking spot and grocery store.

The guy is a big fan of the area.