After an impressive career at Jackson State, Harold Jackson went on to play an astonishing 16 years in the NFL. There he was a 1st team All-Pro and led the league in receiving yards, receptions, and touchdowns in various years. Overall he amassed more than 10,000 yards and 75 plus touchdowns. Jackson now has been in the coaching ranks for many years including 10 in the NFL. Jackson is currently teaching his techniques to Wide Receivers at Baylor University and to the next generation of stars at Football University.

 

Harold Jackson
FBU Wide Receivers Coach
Playing Career
College: Jackson State
Drafted: 1968 / Round: 12 / Pick: 323

Los Angeles Rams (1968)
Philadelphia Eagles (1969-72)
Los Angeles Rams (1973-77)
New England Patriots (1978-81)
Minnesota Vikings (1982)
Seattle Seahawks (1983)
Coaching Career

Hartford Colonials (2011)
Baylor University (2003-2006)
University of Kentucky (2001-2002)
New Orleans Saints (1997-1999)
Virginia Union College (1994-1996)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1992-1993)
North Carolina Central University (1990)
New England Patriots (1985-1989) 

Career Highlights
  • 5× Pro Bowl selection (196919721973,19751977)
  • All-Pro 1st Team (1973)
  • All-Pro 2nd Team (1972, 1977)
  • All-NFC 1st Team (1972, 1973, 1977)
  • All-NFC 2nd Team (1976)
  • Led NFL in receiving yards in 1969 with 1116
  • Led NFL in receiving yards in 1972 with 1048
  • Led NFL in receptions in 1972 with 62
  • Led NFL in receiving touchdowns in 1973 with 13
FBU Camp Schedule
Phoenix - March 15th-17th