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Jeff Jaeger
Jeff Jaeger

Hometown:
Kent, Wash.

Position:
Football

Year Elected to Husky Hall of Fame: 2004

Played football from 1983 to 1986. Is the all-time Husky scoring leader with 358 points. During career he set a NCAA record with 80 career field goals. He connected on 17-of-21 field attempts and 42-of-43 extra point attempts in his senior season to earn first-team All-America honors. He set Washington's single-game record with five field goals against Houston in 1985. He made 20 field goals as a sophomore and 22 during both his junior and senior seasons. Jaeger made 80 of the 99 field goals (80.8 percent) he attempted during his career. He was selected by the Cleveland Browns in the third round of the 1987 NFL draft. He later played for the Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders and Chicago Bears. During his 11-year professional career he scored 1008 points and converted 74 percent of his field goals in 1993 and was a Pro Bowl selection in 1992.

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