Super Bowl 33 Champion Denver Broncos: Where are they now?
By Andrew Wade
After winning back to back Super Bowls in the 1997 and 1998 season, McCaffrey continued playing for five more seasons in Denver. Despite being selected to the 1998 Pro Bowl, McCaffrey arguably had his best season in 2000 when he amassed 101 receptions for 1,317 yards.
After a 13 year career, Ed hung up his cleats after a disappointing 2003 season.
He finished his Denver career with 462 receptions, 6,200 yards, and 46 touchdowns. These numbers were good enough for 5th, 5th, and 4th all-time in Denver.
Although not currently a member of the Ring of Fame, he is a member of Denver’s 50th Anniversary Team.
Post-NFL, Ed and his family stayed in the Mile High City. These days, Ed is most notable for his four incredibly talented sons, Max, Christian, Dylan, and Luke.
Max, a standout wide receiver at Duke, is currently playing for the San Francisco 49ers under Shanahan’s son, Kyle.
Meanwhile, Christian is a former first-round draft pick out of Stanford. He is now playing with Cam Newton in Carolina.
Dylan is highly touted quarterback currently working his way up the depth chart at the University of Michigan. Youngest brother Luke just recently committed to play football at Nebraska.
He will star at Valor Christian High in Highlands Ranch, Co for another three seasons under the tutelage of his father, who is the new head coach at Valor.