Reed Doughty is giving back to his Colorado community.
The former Redskins safety was named the new athletic director for Cornerstone Christian Academy (Denver, Colo.) last week.
Doughty attended Roosevelt High School and is a 2005 graduate of Northern Colorado, where he earned All-American honors.
In his eight seasons in Washington, where he spent his entire NFL career, Doughty acquired 506 tackles, 3.5 sacks and three interceptions.
"I am excited to direct a program that has enormous impact on young people," Doughty said in a statement. "I relish the opportunity to build lifelong relationships with people who recognize that you influenced them in a positive way."
The Academy only has 77 students in its body, but has teams in football and boys and girls golf, basketball, baseball and soccer.
"We are very pleased to have someone with the depth of knowledge and experience in professional athletics that Reed Doughty will bring to our AD position," Cornerstone Christian principal Larry Zimbelman said in a statement. "Reed understands the importance of the role that athletics plays as a component in the culture of a school, and he is committed to the process of continuing to build Cornerstone's athletic program."