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Vai Sikahema played football at BYU and graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism before becoming the first Tongan drafted into the NFL.
Sikahema, former running back and kick returner, ranks first among the NFL’s all-time career leaders in number of punt returns and second in return yardage after his time with the Cardinals, Packers and Eagles.
Sikahema has since worked as a morning news anchor at NBC. He has earned three Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards for his work in local television and is featured in the Philadelphia Broadcast Pioneers’ Hall of Fame. Sikahema’s influence in the Philadelphia area was instrumental in helping The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints get the Philadelphia Temple approved. In April 2019, Sikahema was called as an Area Seventy in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.