Chase Edmonds is a running back for the Miami Dolphins and here is everything you should know about him, including his net worth, salary, career, personal life and more

Full name:Chase Edmonds
Birth Place:Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Date of BirthApril 13, 1996 
Age26 years old
Father’s Name:Reginald Edmonds
Mother’s NameAlison Edmonds
Zodiac Sign:Aries
High SchoolCentral Dauphin East (Harrisburg)
NationalityAmerican
NFL Debut 2018 
Net Worth $1 million
PartnerNo data available
ChildrenAvery
ProfessionProfessional Football Player
Affiliation NFL
Social MediaInstagram, Twitter 

Chase Edmonds is an American football running back who currently plays for the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League. Edmonds was born on April 13, 1996. (NFL). He received a football scholarship to play for Fordham University and was selected by the Arizona Cardinals in the fourth round of the NFL Draft in 2018.

Edmonds spent his childhood in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and attended Central Dauphin East High School, where he was a member of the football and basketball teams for the Panthers. He graduated from high school. Edmonds was named to the All-State team unanimously as a senior after accumulating 2,378 total yards of offense, including 1,984 yards on the ground, and scoring 25 touchdowns. He was given the honor of being the game’s Most Valuable Player after being picked to take part in the Big 33 Football Classic.

Because he was on the smaller side, FBS schools showed little interest in recruiting him despite his on-field success.

Chase Edmonds College career

From 2014 until 2017, Edmonds was a member of the Fordham football team.

As a freshman, Edmonds took part in 14 games, rushed for 1838 yards on 294 attempts for 23 touchdowns with an average of 6.3 yards per carry, and caught passes for 121 yards on 19 tries for one touchdown. Edmonds also passed for 121 yards on 19 attempts for one touchdown. The 2014 Jerry Rice Award winner and the NCAA FCS Rookie of the Year both went to him during his freshman year of competition.

During his sophomore season, Edmonds took part in 12 games, accumulated 1,648 yards on 251 attempts, scored 20 touchdowns on the ground, and added five receiving scores to his total. Edmonds took part in 11 games during his junior season, rushed for 1,799 yards on 257 attempts, and scored 19 touchdowns on the ground besides one touchdown receiving. In the game against Lafayette, Edmonds established a record for the Football Championship Subdivision by averaging 21.1 yards per run (359 yards on 17 carries).

Edmonds could only play in seven games during his final season with the Rams because of an injury. Despite this, he carried for 577 yards on 136 attempts and scored five touchdowns. Edmonds broke the Patriot League’s career rushing record during the game against Holy Cross. When Edmonds ended his college career, he had a total of 5,862 career running yards, which placed him fifth all-time in NCAA FCS history. He earned his degree in Communications and is now working in the field.

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NFL Career

During the 2018 National Football League Draft, the Arizona Cardinals selected Edmonds in the fourth round (134th overall). On the 11th of May in 2018, he put pen to paper on his rookie deal.

2018

Edmonds appeared firstly in the National Football League (9 September 2018), a loss to the Washington Redskins by a score of 24–6, during which he rushed four times for 24 yards and caught four catches for 24 yards.

On December 2, 2018, Edmonds recorded his first two touchdowns in his professional career in a win over the Green Bay Packers by a score of 20-17. [10] He concluded his first year as a rookie with 60 carries, 208 yards, and two touchdowns.

2019

Edmonds had his first game in his career in which he gained more than 100 yards, and it came against the New York Giants in Week 7. He finished with 126 rushing yards and three touchdowns, and the Cardinals won the game 27-21 thanks to his performance.

Edmonds concluded the 2019 season with 12 receptions for 105 receiving yards and one receiving touchdown besides his 303 yards rushing and four touchdowns scored on the ground. Edmonds rushed for 303 yards during the season.

2020

During the game against the Seattle Seahawks that took place in Week 7, Edmonds finished with 145 yards from scrimmage and helped his team to a 37–34 overtime victory.

Edmonds finished the season with 97 rushing attempts for 448 yards and one rushing touchdown, 53 receptions for 402 yards and four receiving touchdowns, and 18 kick returns for 417 yards, with the longest return being 54 yards and the average return being 23 yards. He also appeared in sixteen games and started in two of those games. Edmonds played in a total of sixteen games during the season. 

2021

Edmonds was given the starting job as the Cardinals’ running back for the first time in his career at the beginning of the 2021 season, beating out free agent signee James Conner. Before suffering a high ankle sprain in Week 9, he started all nine of the games that the team played. On November 13, 2021, he was transferred to the injured reserve status. [16] On December 18th, he was put into active duty. [17] After the season, he ended in second place on the team, behind Conner, with a career-high 592 rushing yards, two touchdowns, and 43 catches for 311 yards.

Edmonds signed a two-year deal with the Miami Dolphins on March 14, 2022, worth $12.6 million over the course of the deal.

Chase Edmond’s net worth

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Personal life

Avery is Edmonds’ daughter, and she is his only child.

FAQs

(Q) How old is Chase Edmonds?

Edmonds is 26 years old

(Q) Which high school did Chase Edmonds attend?

He attended Central Dauphin East (Harrisburg) high school.

(Q) Which team does Chase Edmonds play for?

He plays for Miami Dolphins in 2022.

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