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Ed McCaffrey
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Football Player
    (August 17, 1968- )
    Born in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania
    NFL Wide Receiver
    Attended Stanford
    Selected with the 83rd pick of the third round in the NFL draft by the New York Giants
    Graduated Sigma Alpha Epsilon
    Wide receiver for the New York Giants (1991-1993), San Francisco 49'ers (1994), and Denver Broncos (1995-2003)
    Won one championship as a 49er and two as a Bronco
    Played in the 1999 Pro Bowl
    Named All-Pro by Sports Illustrated in 2000
    He has an long giraffe neck.
    He was a recluse in high school.
    During his first session of training camp, he was the last player in the locker room. As a result, he was forced to pick up the towels.
    He was forced to wear a discontinued model of shoulder pads for a while.
    He was injury prone during the sunset years of his career.
    Like many NFL players, he plays golf.
    He was considered to be a favorite target for quarterbacks Steve Young and John Elway.
    He became the first Caucasian wide receiver to play in the Pro Bowl since Steve Largent.
    He is tall, standing at 6'5.
    For two seasons, he caught a total of 93 passes for 1148 yards and 15 touchdowns.
    He became the 27th player in NFL history to log 100 receptions in a season, with his franchise record-breaking 101st fittingly coming on a 25-yd.
    He holds too many FRANCHISE and NFL records to list in this resume!
    He devotes time to many charitable causes such as the United Way and his very own football camp for underprivileged kids.
    He has his own line of mustard and cereal.
    They are quite tasty, as a matter of fact.
    With the likes of Steve Young and Troy Aikman, his career ended with a serious concussion in 2003.
    He is considered by many as a great role model and a really nice guy who has an amazing sense of humor.
    He was, in summary, the Peyton Manning for his time.

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