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Andy Bischoff
Offensive Assistant
Age:
47
College:
South Dakota
Hometown:
St. Paul, MN
Experience:
4

Biography

ANDY BISCHOFF is in his third year with the Ravens, working with offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Marty Mornhinweg and assisting tight ends coach Greg Roman. During the 2016 campaign, Bischoff split time with the quarterbacks and wide receivers, helping QB Joe Flacco set a franchise record with 4,317 passing yards, adding 20 TDs. Additionally, WR Mike Wallace tallied his third-career 1,000-yard season (1,017 on 72 receptions), while WR Steve Smith Sr. registered 70 catches for 799 yards and a team-high 5 TDs. In 2015, Bischoff was part of a Baltimore offense that posted a single-season franchise-record 4,271 net passing yards and 5,749 total net yards (second most in team history). Bischoff originally joined the NFL coaching ranks with the Chicago Bears in 2013 as the TEs coach/staff coordinator. In 2014, Bischoff tutored a group led by TE Martellus Bennett, who finished first in receptions (90) and third in receiving yards (916) among NFL tight ends. During the 2013 campaign, Bennett recorded 65 catches for 759 yards and 5 TDs, contributing to 445 points scored (second in team history) and a single-season franchise-record 6,109 total net yards.

ADDITIONAL COACHING HIGHLIGHTS: Prior to joining the Chicago Bears, Bischoff spent five seasons (2008-12) and won two Grey Cup Championships with the CFL’s Montreal Alouettes under Trestman. Bischoff was invited to coach at the U.S. Army High School All-American Bowl (2008) and continued to work as the Director of Football Operations for the West Team (2009-12). Raised in St. Paul, MN, Bischoff spent 14 years at Cretin-Derham Hall (St. Paul, MN) HS, coaching in several offensive capacities.

2015-16: (with Baltimore) 2016: QB Joe Flacco set a franchise record with 4,317 passing yards, adding 20 TDs, and WR Mike Wallace posted his third-career 1,000-yard season (1,017 yards on 72 receptions). 2015: A Ravens’ offense that lost six Week 1 starters to Injured Reserve generated the second-most total net yards (5,749) in franchise history and ranked eighth in the NFL with a single-season franchise-record 4,271 net passing yards with four different starting quarterbacks.

2013-14: (with Chicago) 2014: TE Martellus Bennett set career highs with 90 receptions, 916 receiving yards and 6 TDs, earning Pro Bowl alternate honors...Coached a tight ends unit that helped block for RB Matt Forte, who rushed for 1,038 yards and set an NFL single-season record for most receptions by a RB (102). 2013: Bennett ranked the Top 10 among NFL TEs with 65 catches (tied for eighth) and 759 receiving yards…The blocking efforts by the TEs helped Forte set career highs in rushing yards (1,339) and TDs (9).

2008-12: (with CFL’s Montreal Alouettes) 2012: The Alouettes finished first in the CFL’s East Division. 2011: Helped guide RB Brandon Whitaker to career highs in rushing yards (1,381), receiving yards (638), catches (72) and TDs (5). 2010: Montreal clinched its second-straight Grey Cup title with a win over the Saskatchewan Roughriders...Named the special teams coordinator/assistant to the head coach (Marc Trestman). 2009: The Alouettes advanced to the Grey Cup for the second-consecutive season and defeated the Roughriders…Under Bischoff’s guidance, RB Avon Cobourne produced his first 1,000-yard season, led the CFL in rushing TDs (13) and was named the Grey Cup MVP. 2008: Joined the Alouettes as the running backs/offensive quality control coach.

1993-2007: (with Cretin-Derham Hall HS, St. Paul, MN) In his first coaching role, Bischoff was the offensive line coach/run game coordinator/co-offensive coordinator (1993-2003) before becoming the assistant head coach/offensive coordinator (2004-07)…Won 168 of 190 games and earned a state title (1999)…Coached 18 offensive linemen and three tight ends that received Division-I scholarships and played in the NFL, including former Ravens C Matt Birk…Served as the dean of students for 10 years.

COLLEGE: Earned his B.A. in education from South Dakota in 1994...Was a three-year letterman as a center.

PERSONAL: Received a post master’s license in administration from St. Mary’s University (2006) after earning a master’s degree in education administration from Mankato State University in 1998...Attended St. Paul Central (St. Paul, MN) HS...Bischoff is married to the former Brittany Fleming, and together, they have two daughters (Makena, 18) and (Morgan, 15) and a son (Jay, 2).

ANDY BISCHOFF is in his third year with the Ravens, working with offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Marty Mornhinweg and assisting tight ends coach Greg Roman. During the 2016 campaign, Bischoff split time with the quarterbacks and wide receivers, helping QB Joe Flacco set a franchise record with 4,317 passing yards, adding 20 TDs. Additionally, WR Mike Wallace tallied his third-career 1,000-yard season (1,017 on 72 receptions), while WR Steve Smith Sr. registered 70 catches for 799 yards and a team-high 5 TDs. In 2015, Bischoff was part of a Baltimore offense that posted a single-season franchise-record 4,271 net passing yards and 5,749 total net yards (second most in team history). Bischoff originally joined the NFL coaching ranks with the Chicago Bears in 2013 as the TEs coach/staff coordinator. In 2014, Bischoff tutored a group led by TE Martellus Bennett, who finished first in receptions (90) and third in receiving yards (916) among NFL tight ends. During the 2013 campaign, Bennett recorded 65 catches for 759 yards and 5 TDs, contributing to 445 points scored (second in team history) and a single-season franchise-record 6,109 total net yards.

ADDITIONAL COACHING HIGHLIGHTS: Prior to joining the Chicago Bears, Bischoff spent five seasons (2008-12) and won two Grey Cup Championships with the CFL’s Montreal Alouettes under Trestman. Bischoff was invited to coach at the U.S. Army High School All-American Bowl (2008) and continued to work as the Director of Football Operations for the West Team (2009-12). Raised in St. Paul, MN, Bischoff spent 14 years at Cretin-Derham Hall (St. Paul, MN) HS, coaching in several offensive capacities.

2015-16: (with Baltimore) 2016: QB Joe Flacco set a franchise record with 4,317 passing yards, adding 20 TDs, and WR Mike Wallace posted his third-career 1,000-yard season (1,017 yards on 72 receptions). 2015: A Ravens’ offense that lost six Week 1 starters to Injured Reserve generated the second-most total net yards (5,749) in franchise history and ranked eighth in the NFL with a single-season franchise-record 4,271 net passing yards with four different starting quarterbacks.

2013-14: (with Chicago) 2014: TE Martellus Bennett set career highs with 90 receptions, 916 receiving yards and 6 TDs, earning Pro Bowl alternate honors...Coached a tight ends unit that helped block for RB Matt Forte, who rushed for 1,038 yards and set an NFL single-season record for most receptions by a RB (102). 2013: Bennett ranked the Top 10 among NFL TEs with 65 catches (tied for eighth) and 759 receiving yards…The blocking efforts by the TEs helped Forte set career highs in rushing yards (1,339) and TDs (9).

2008-12: (with CFL’s Montreal Alouettes) 2012: The Alouettes finished first in the CFL’s East Division. 2011: Helped guide RB Brandon Whitaker to career highs in rushing yards (1,381), receiving yards (638), catches (72) and TDs (5). 2010: Montreal clinched its second-straight Grey Cup title with a win over the Saskatchewan Roughriders...Named the special teams coordinator/assistant to the head coach (Marc Trestman). 2009: The Alouettes advanced to the Grey Cup for the second-consecutive season and defeated the Roughriders…Under Bischoff’s guidance, RB Avon Cobourne produced his first 1,000-yard season, led the CFL in rushing TDs (13) and was named the Grey Cup MVP. 2008: Joined the Alouettes as the running backs/offensive quality control coach.

1993-2007: (with Cretin-Derham Hall HS, St. Paul, MN) In his first coaching role, Bischoff was the offensive line coach/run game coordinator/co-offensive coordinator (1993-2003) before becoming the assistant head coach/offensive coordinator (2004-07)…Won 168 of 190 games and earned a state title (1999)…Coached 18 offensive linemen and three tight ends that received Division-I scholarships and played in the NFL, including former Ravens C Matt Birk…Served as the dean of students for 10 years.

COLLEGE: Earned his B.A. in education from South Dakota in 1994...Was a three-year letterman as a center.

PERSONAL: Received a post master’s license in administration from St. Mary’s University (2006) after earning a master’s degree in education administration from Mankato State University in 1998...Attended St. Paul Central (St. Paul, MN) HS...Bischoff is married to the former Brittany Fleming, and together, they have two daughters (Makena, 18) and (Morgan, 15) and a son (Jay, 2).

 

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