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Andy Bischoff

Run Game Coordinator/Tight Ends


Andy Bischoff brings extensive coaching experience to the Chargers as run game coordinator/tight ends coach. He coached the tight ends for the New York Giants from 2022-23 and Houston Texans in 2021, helping the Giants in 2022 reach their first postseason appearance since 2016. He spent six seasons (2015-20) with Baltimore in a variety of roles on offense, working primarily with the tight ends over his final four years with the Ravens. Bischoff was the assistant tight ends coach from 2019-20, helping Mark Andrews lead all NFL tight ends with 17 touchdown catches over that span.

Prior to his time in Baltimore, Bischoff spent two seasons with the Chicago Bears as tight ends coach/staff coordinator (2013-14). He worked in the Canadian Football League for the Montreal Alouettes as a running backs/offensive quality control coach from 2008-09, adding special teams responsibilities to those duties from 2010-12. Bischoff began his coaching career at Cretin-Derham Hall High, coaching there from 1993-2007. He coached 18 offensive linemen and three tight ends to earn Division I scholarships, including former NFL players Matt Birk, Ryan Harris and Michael Floyd.