COLLEGE PARK, Md. - The University of Maryland has announced that they have hired Keenan McCardell as their wide receivers coach. McCardell joins the staff to replace Lee Hull who took the head coaching job at Morgan State.
The job is McCardell's second as a coach since retiring from the NFL. From 2010-'12 he served as the Redskins wide receivers coach.
The two-time pro bowler spent 17 seasons in the NFL, catching 883 passes for 1,373 yards and 63 touchdowns.
McCardell was on two Super Bowl champion teams. Most recently, he was on the 2002-'03 Buccaneers team that beat the Raiders in Super Bowl XXXVII. In the game, McCardell caught two touchdown passes in Tampa Bay's 48-21 win over Oakland.
Keenan McCardell also was a member of the Redskins 1991-'92 Super Bowl winning team, and received a Super Bowl ring despite never taking the field that season in a Redskins uniform.
Maryland also announced the hiring of Dave DeGuglielmo as offensive line coach and Chad Wilt as defensive line coach.