Who Is Thom McCaffrey?
McCaffrey credits his early struggles as shaping his mentality now; it enables him to tackle complex offenses like Kyle Shanahan’s with ease and focus on every detail like it’s second nature.
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Early Life and Education
Ed McCaffrey was born a Leo, which means that he is passionate and determined. Additionally, he takes great care in maintaining his physique and taking pride in his work.
At Allentown Central Catholic School in Pennsylvania, he excelled as both a football and basketball star as well as sprinting for their track and field team.
Once he graduated high school, he attended Stanford University in California before beginning his professional football career with the New York Giants before also playing for San Francisco 49ers and Denver Broncos.
After retiring from professional football, he became the color analyst on 850 KOA – the flagship station for the Denver Broncos Radio Network – as well as running summer Football Camps and Dare to Play camps for athletes with Down Syndrome in Colorado.
McCaffrey serves as a color analyst for 850 KOA, the flagship station for the Denver Broncos Radio Network. Additionally, he hosts his own football camps across Colorado including his “Dare to Play” and “Dare to Cheer” camps for individuals living with Down syndrome.
EdMcCaffrey offers sports-inspired children’s clothing and is actively engaged with his community through his foundation, which supports organizations like Ronald McDonald House, Colorado Coalition for the Homeless and Denver Children’s Hospital. Furthermore, Eddie Mac hosts “Tuesdays with Eddie Mac” radio show each NFL football season.
On Valentine’s Day 2020, former Miss Universe Olivia Culpo posted several Instagram photos with McCaffrey showing them rooting on the Panthers together and hosting an enjoyable backyard party for friends and family members.
Achievement and Honors
McCaffrey not only plays for the Panthers as an all-around star player, he uses his fame and platform to do good works. He works with organizations that support healthcare workers as well as hosting a football camp for individuals with Down syndrome. Last summer he traveled to Rwanda on a service trip he described as life-altering.
McCaffrey earned the 2020 TEAPAC Thomas Davis Panther of the Year award thanks to his charitable works and on-field production with Roaring Riot FC. Roaring Riot members voted him for this distinction based on Roaring Riot members voting him.
He rushed for 505 yards and four touchdowns while also catching 117 passes for 1,005 yards and three scores, prompting 50 members of a national media panel to unanimously select him as their top flex player – meaning he was considered overall superior at his position.
As a sports media personality in Denver, Ed McCaffrey hosts “Tuesdays with Ed McCaffrey” on 850 KOA radio during NFL football season. Additionally, he organizes an annual camp for children with special needs as well as multiple charity organizations including Global Down Syndrome Foundation.
McCaffrey is married to Olivia Culpo, former Miss Universe. They met while both playing football in college. Olivia currently works as a model and they share four children.
The couple enjoys spending their free time with family, friends, and their two dogs. They share many laughs together while cheering for their favorite teams at sporting events. Furthermore, they take some exotic vacations annually that allow them to unwind and recharge.
Christian McCaffrey has amassed significant wealth through endorsing brands such as Nike, Bose and Lowe’s and through the money earned through endorsing them. Additionally, through his foundation Christian has raised over $265,000 for medical workers during the Covid-19 pandemic.
McCaffrey is the proud parent of four sons, two of which play football – Max plays with the Jacksonville Jaguars while Dylan is enrolled at Valor Christian High School.
He is also an established sports broadcaster, having worked for various acclaimed channels including Sky Sports Television. He succeeded Jeff Stelling as presenter of shows such as Soccer Special and You’re On Sky Sports. Additionally, he is an avid traveler having visited destinations worldwide as well as authoring multiple books.