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Andrew Weidinger
Assistant Wide Receivers/Game Management

Biography

Andrew Weidinger enters his third season with Tampa Bay in 2017, working as the Buccaneers’ assistant wide receivers coach/game management, after holding an offensive quality control position in 2015.

Assisting Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers Coach Todd Monken, Weidinger helped coach wide receiver Mike Evans, who earned his first career Pro Bowl nod after recording 96 catches for 1,321 yards and 12 touchdowns. His 12 touchdown receptions tied Evans’ own franchise record and tied for the second-most in the NFL in 2016, while his 1,321 receiving yards were the third-most in a season in team history and the fourth-most in the league last year. Evans’ 96 receptions are the second-most ever by a Buccaneer and ranked sixth in the NFL last season.

In 2015, Weidinger assisted with an offense that set the franchise record for total yards (6,014 – 357.0 per game), while posting the second-most rushing yards (2,162 – 135.1 per game) and second-most passing yards (3,852 – 240.8 per game), along with the fifth-most total points (342 – 21.4 per game). Tampa Bay ranked fifth in the NFL in yards per game (375.9), fifth in rushing yards per game (135.1) and second in the league in rush average (4.75). It marked the first time in franchise history that the Buccaneers have finished in the Top five in total offense.

Weidinger joined the Buccaneers after eight seasons with the Atlanta Falcons (2007-14). He got his start with the Falcons working as a personnel scout in 2007, before working as the assistant to the Head Coach/offense for four seasons (2008-11).

In 2012, Weidinger was named offensive assistant, working with an Atlanta offense that ranked in the top 10 in points per game and passing yards per game. Weidinger worked as the offensive assistant for three seasons (2012-14).

Before joining Atlanta, Weidinger spent seven seasons working at the University of Arizona (2000-07), serving in a number of positions, including Assistant Director of Football Operations.

Weidinger earned a degree in political science in May of 2004 and completed his master’s degree in Information Resources and Library Sciences in May of 2007. He interned with the Falcons in the 2006 preseason.

WEIDINGER AT A GLANCE

YEARS

POSITION

2000-07

University of Arizona, Asst. Director of Football Operations

2007

Atlanta Falcons, Personnel Scout

2008-11

Atlanta Falcons, Assistant to the Head Coach/Offense

2012-14

Atlanta Falcons, Offensive Assistant

2015

Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Offensive Quality Control

2016-

Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Assistant Wide Receivers/Game Management

Andrew Weidinger enters his third season with Tampa Bay in 2017, working as the Buccaneers’ assistant wide receivers coach/game management, after holding an offensive quality control position in 2015.

Assisting Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers Coach Todd Monken, Weidinger helped coach wide receiver Mike Evans, who earned his first career Pro Bowl nod after recording 96 catches for 1,321 yards and 12 touchdowns. His 12 touchdown receptions tied Evans’ own franchise record and tied for the second-most in the NFL in 2016, while his 1,321 receiving yards were the third-most in a season in team history and the fourth-most in the league last year. Evans’ 96 receptions are the second-most ever by a Buccaneer and ranked sixth in the NFL last season.

In 2015, Weidinger assisted with an offense that set the franchise record for total yards (6,014 – 357.0 per game), while posting the second-most rushing yards (2,162 – 135.1 per game) and second-most passing yards (3,852 – 240.8 per game), along with the fifth-most total points (342 – 21.4 per game). Tampa Bay ranked fifth in the NFL in yards per game (375.9), fifth in rushing yards per game (135.1) and second in the league in rush average (4.75). It marked the first time in franchise history that the Buccaneers have finished in the Top five in total offense.

Weidinger joined the Buccaneers after eight seasons with the Atlanta Falcons (2007-14). He got his start with the Falcons working as a personnel scout in 2007, before working as the assistant to the Head Coach/offense for four seasons (2008-11).

In 2012, Weidinger was named offensive assistant, working with an Atlanta offense that ranked in the top 10 in points per game and passing yards per game. Weidinger worked as the offensive assistant for three seasons (2012-14).

Before joining Atlanta, Weidinger spent seven seasons working at the University of Arizona (2000-07), serving in a number of positions, including Assistant Director of Football Operations.

Weidinger earned a degree in political science in May of 2004 and completed his master’s degree in Information Resources and Library Sciences in May of 2007. He interned with the Falcons in the 2006 preseason.

WEIDINGER AT A GLANCE

YEARS

POSITION

2000-07

University of Arizona, Asst. Director of Football Operations

2007

Atlanta Falcons, Personnel Scout

2008-11

Atlanta Falcons, Assistant to the Head Coach/Offense

2012-14

Atlanta Falcons, Offensive Assistant

2015

Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Offensive Quality Control

2016-

Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Assistant Wide Receivers/Game Management