McCaffrey will be formally introduced as coach during an event at the school on Tuesday.
Former Denver Broncos wide receiver Ed McCaffrey has been named the next head football coach at Valor Christian High School.
McCaffrey doesn't really need any introduction.
McCaffrey has four sons, all of whom have gone to Valor Christian and played football. Max, Christian, Dylan and Luke were all part of a run of seven state championships for the school that started in 2009.
McCaffrey is the third coach in the history of the program and takes over for Rod Sherman, who stepped down December 22.
The older three brothers each won multiple state titles with Valor Christian and went on to achieve greater football success as well.
The position opened after Rod Sherman resigned December 22 after going 57-11 in five seasons that included three 5A state championships. He also played for the San Francisco 49ers and the New York Giants. He left after the 2012 season to pursue other coaching opportunities, and has been an assistant with the NFL's Oakland Raiders since 2015.
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