The Philadelphia Eagles are an American football team headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Philadelphia Eagles are a member of the National Football Conference East division of the National Football League. Lincoln Financial Field is the team’s home ground.
Meet Harold Carmichael
The chart depicts Philadelphia Eagles players who have scored the most touchdowns in franchise history. With 79 touchdowns, Harold Carmichael is the Philadelphia Eagles’ career touchdown leader.
Lee Harold Carmichael played wide receiver for the Philadelphia Eagles for 13 seasons and one season with the Dallas Cowboys in the National Football League.
After retiring from the NFL, he relocated to South Jersey and worked as a vice president of sales for a Philadelphia travel agency. Later in life, he ran a number of businesses, including the fabrication of steels of various kinds and sports marketing.
Carmichael was drafted in the seventh round (161st overall) of the 1971 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles. He was converted to a tight end as a rookie, starting six of the nine games and leading the team’s tight ends with 20 receptions becoming fourth on the team.
He was transferred to wide receiver the following season. With the advent of head coach Mike McCormack, he had a breakout year in 1973, leading the league with 67 receptions for 1,116 yards (16.7 average) and tied for fourth with receiving touchdowns of nine