Ed McCaffrey played wide receiver in the NFL for 13 years. He was drafted by the NY Giants in 1991. During that time, also played for the San Francisco 49ers and the Denver Broncos. Ed won 3 Super Bowl Championships, including back to back rings with Denver in 1997 and 1998.
McCaffrey was voted to the pro bowl in 1998. He finished his career with 565 receptions for 7,422 yards and 55 touchdowns, and ranks fourth on the Broncos’ all-time receiving list for both catches (462) and yards (6,200), and third in touchdowns (46).
Jamie Hemann is an established 17-year veteran in the sports media business industry known as an innovative corporate and operational strategist skilled in aligning and executing successful strategy with anticipated changes in the sports, entertainment, media and technology landscape.
Hemann, former Vice President, Media Administration & Talent and distinguished 11-year executive of the National Football League is a sports visionary determined to change the future of football.
Chief Executive Officer
Tom Goodhines currently serves as the Vice President of Football Administration for Pacific Pro Football and joined the organization in 2017. The football veteran has extensive experience in different levels of professional football, including 16 seasons in the Arena Football League, where he most recently served as Executive Vice President and oversaw all Communications, Broadcasting, Football and Game Operations efforts. Prior to returning to the League Office, Tom spent the previous five and a half years as the General Manager of the Philadelphia Soul (2010-2015).
Vice President of Football Administration