"Ed has been a part of the Valor community for nine years, and now we're honored to call him Coach McCaffery," said Athletic Director Jamie Heiner. "In addition to the incredible experience he brings in developing athletes and their competitive skills, he has a heart for mentoring young men, desiring to help them build character and leadership that will last well beyond their high school years."
McCaffery inherits a a team that has won three 5A state championships in the past five seasons. His youngest son Luke plays quarterback for the Eagles.
Former Valor coach Rod Sherman stepped down in December.
McCaffery played 13 years in the NFL with the New York Giants, San Francisco 49ers and Denver Broncos. He has no high school head coaching experience