Hobbies: Exercising and golfing.
Last Book Read (and Author): Run to Daylight by Vince Lombardi.
Favorite Food: BBQ chicken.
Favorite Vacation Spot: Hawaii.
Best Football Nickname: Billy 'White Shoes' Johnson.
Favorite College Town: South Bend, Indiana.
Which NFL Team Did You Follow as a Child: The Dallas Cowboys.
Favorite Athlete as a Child: Muhammad Ali.
Favorite Stadium Other than Your Own and Why: Green Bay's Lambeau Field because of the rich tradition.
Favorite Sports Uniform Other than Your Own: The 'old' Washington Redskins uniforms.
Favorite Other Sport: Golf.
Person You'd Most Like to Meet: I would have really liked to have met Mother Teresa.
Person Who Influenced You the Most: My parents, Herman Sr. and Martha Edwards.
Best Advice Ever Received: Be humble.
Player (Former or Current) Who'd Make a Great Head Coach: Tampa Bay safety John Lynch.
Greatest Overachiever You've Ever Coached: Kevin Ross (former Kansas City Chief).
Best Pure Athlete You've Ever Coached: Dale Carter.
Toughest Player You've Ever Coached: John Lynch.
Most Inspirational Player You've Ever Coached: Charles Dimry in Tampa Bay. His wife was sick with bone cancer, and he was raising their three young daughters, running the house, and playing football at a high level. I was amazed and inspired by him.
Funniest Player You've Ever Coached: Tampa Bay safety Dexter Jackson.
Toughest Coach You've Ever Faced: Tom Landry.
Greatest Team You've Ever Competed Against: The Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers teams of the 1970s.
Toughest Game You've Ever Competed in, as a Coach or Player: The Eagles vs. NY Giants at the Vet on 12/11/77, a PHI 17-14 win. It was such a physical game. I'll never forget it.
Loudest Crowd of Your Football Career, Home or Away: NFC Championship game at St. Louis in 1999 season (2000 postseason).
Most Knowledgeable Football Writer You've Ever Met: Ray Didenger, formerly of the Philadelphia Daily News.
Most Overrated Aspect of Football: Time of possession.
Most Underrated Aspect of Football: The power of teamwork and chemistry. It was evident with this year's Super Bowl teams. There was a strong cohesion among the players, and both teams embraced the team concept.
Who Has the Hardest Job in Football: The officials. They never have a home game.
Most Embarrassing Football Moment: I stumbled during player introductions when I was playing for the Eagles.
Most Memorable Football Moment: Playing in Super Bowl XV.
One Thing You'd Change About Pro Football: I think it should be mandatory that both teams be present for the singing of the national anthem. This is a great country we live in, and we should pay proper respect for the freedoms that we have.
One Thing That Should Never Change About Pro Football: I think that the most interesting thing about football is how people are fascinated with the size, speed, and strength elements of the players, but what really separates the players is those with the biggest hearts.
If You Weren't Coaching, What Would You Be Doing: I would be a teacher. I enjoy being around children and instructing.