Freddie Barnett

Biography

Position: Wide Receivers

Freddie Barnett played college football at Arkansas State University. He was an All-American and played for the Division IAA Championship.

Barnett spent eight seasons in the NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles and Miami Dolphins. He burst onto the scene as a rookie, quickly garnering a reputation as a deep threat who could make acrobatic catches. He made his first Pro Bowl following the 1992 season and recorded his first 1,000-yard season. Barnett was the receiver on one of the Eagles' longest plays of all time, a memorable 95-yard touchdown pass from Randall Cunningham in a 1990 game against the Buffalo Bills. Bennett played for the Miami Dolphins before retiring in 1997.

Barnett finished his NFL career with 361 receptions, 5,362 receiving yards, and 32 touchdowns.

Playing Career

  • College: Arkansas State
  • Philadelphia Eagles (1990-1995)
  • Miami Dolphins (1996-1997)

Career Highlights

  • 1992 Pro Bowl Selection
  • Two seasons with more than 1,000 receiving yards
  • Eagles Ed Block Courage Award Recipient

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