Coaching Staff
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Head Coach:  Andy Reid
Andy Reid enters his first season with Kansas City in 2013. He was hired as the club's 13th head coach in franchise history on January 7, 2013. Reid joins the Chiefs after 14 seasons as Head Coach/Executive Vice President of Football Operations of the Philadelphia Eagles where he compiled a 130-93-1 (.583) regular season record. He added six division titles, five NFC Championship appearances and one Super Bowl appearance. In his coaching career, Reid's teams have made the playoffs 15 times (19-14 record) and he has coached in three Super Bowls and eight NFC Championship Games. He owns three NFL Coach of the Year titles.


Assistant Head Coach/Wide Receivers:  David Culley
David Culley enters his first season as the Chiefs assistant head coach/wide receivers coach in 2013, beginning his 20th season as an NFL assistant coach. Prior to arriving in Kansas City, Culley served 14 seasons as the wide receivers coach for the Philadelphia Eagles (1999-2012) working for Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid who held the same role for the Eagles during that timeframe.


Defensive Coordinator:  Bob Sutton
Entering his 14th NFL season, Bob Sutton joins the Chiefs after spending his first 13 seasons with the New York Jets in various roles. Most recently, he served as the Jets Assistant Head Coach/Linebackers Coach in 2012. From 2009-11 he was the club's senior defensive assistant/linebackers coach. Sutton was the club's defensive coordinator from 2006-08 and originally joined the Jets as the linebackers coach (2000-05).


Offensive Coordinator:  Doug Pederson
Doug Pederson joins the Chiefs as the club's offensive coordinator after four seasons with Philadelphia. He served as the club's quarterbacks coach from 2011-12 and was the Eagles offensive quality control coach from 2009-10. While tutoring the Eagles signal callers in 2011, the Eagles offense set franchise records with 6,386 yards and 356 first downs. In 2010, Pederson was part of a record-setting offensive output as the team set franchise records in points scored (439), total net yards (6,230), and yards per rushing attempt (5.4). Prior to his stint with the Eagles, he served as head coach for Calvary Baptist Academy (2005-08).


Running Backs:  Eric Bieniemy
Eric Bieniemy enters his first season with the Chiefs as the teamsí running backs coach after a two-year stint at the University of Colorado where he served as the offensive coordinator/running backs coach. Prior to returning to his alma mater in 2011, he spent five seasons (2006-10) in Minnesota coaching the Vikings running backs.


Linebackers:  Gary Gibbs
Gary Gibbs enters his fifth season as the Chiefs linebackers coach in 2013. He joined Kansas City after spending three years as the defensive coordinator in New Orleans (2006-08). Respected in both the NFL and college football ranks, Gibbs enters his 12th season in the pro game after a 22-year career on the collegiate level that featured six seasons as the head coach at the University of Oklahoma (1989-94).


Special Teams:  Dave Toub
Dave Toub enters his first season as Kansas City's special teams coordinator in 2013. He joined Kansas City's staff after spending nine years in the same capacity with the Chicago Bears (2004-12). Toub is entering his 13th season in the NFL coaching ranks in 2013 after serving 14 years as a collegiate coach with two different schools.


Tight Ends:  Tom Melvin
Tom Melvin enters his first season as Kansas City's tight ends coach and is beginning his 15th season as an NFL assistant coach in 2013. He joins the Chiefs after spending 14 seasons on the offensive coaching staff in Philadelphia, including the last 11 years of his tenure as the Eagles tight ends coach. Prior to being elevated to tight ends coach, Melvin was the club's offensive assistant/quality control coach.


Offensive Line:  Andy Heck
Andy Heck enters his 22nd year of professional football in 2013. He begins his 10th season as an NFL coach and his first as the Chiefs offensive line coach. His time in the NFL includes a 12-year career as an offensive lineman. Prior to joining the Chiefs staff, Heck served nine years on the Jacksonville Jaguars coaching staff (2004-12), including the final seven seasons as the club's offensive line coach (2006-12). Before being promoted to that role, he was the team's assistant offensive line coach (2005) after serving as the offensive assistant/assistant offensive line coach (2004).


Defensive Line:  Tommy Brasher
A veteran defensive line coach with 25 years of NFL experience, Tommy Brasher joins the Chiefs for his first season as the club's defensive line coach after serving a third tour of duty with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2012. Brasher also served as defensive line coach on the Philadelphia Eagles staff in 1985 and from 1999-05 under newly-appointed Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid when he held the same position in Philadelphia.


Assistant Offensive Line:  Eugene Chung
Eugene Chung begins his first year with the Kansas City Chiefs as the assistant offensive line coach after spending his previous three seasons in the same capacity for the Philadelphia Eagles.


Assistant Secondary:  Al Harris
Al Harris begins his first full season as an NFL assistant coach in Kansas City as the Chiefs defensive assistant/secondary coach in 2013. Harris begins his coaching career after a 14-year NFL playing career that saw him reach two Pro Bowls and earn an All-Pro selection.


Quality Control:  Corey Matthaei
Corey Matthaei joins the Chiefs as one of the club's quality control coaches in 2013, his first as a member of Kansas City's coaching staff, and his first as a full-time member of an NFL coaching staff. Matthaei most recently served three seasons under Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid with the Philadelphia Eagles as the assistant to the head coach from 2010-12.


Quality Control:  Britt Reid
Britt Reid enters his first season as a quality control coach for the Kansas City Chiefs after spending the previous three seasons at Temple University as a graduate assistant working with the offense. Prior to his graduation, Reid served as a student assistant for the Temple football program for two seasons assisting the offense.


Quality Control:  Mark DeLeone
Mark DeLeone enters his first campaign with the Kansas City Chiefs as a quality control coach in 2013 after holding the same position with the New York Jets last season. Prior to entering the NFL coaching ranks in 2012, DeLeone served as a graduate assistant at Temple University during 2011. He also served as a quality control coach at the University of Florida in 2010.


Assistant Special Teams:  Kevin O'Dea
Kevin O'Dea enters his 19th season as an NFL assistant coach and his first as Kansas City's assistant special teams coach in 2013. Before joining the Chiefs, O'Dea spent four seasons as the assistant special teams coach during two separate stints for the Chicago Bears (2011-12 and 2006-07).


Defensive Backs:  Emmitt Thomas
Emmitt Thomas returned to his football roots in Kansas City in 2010, joining the Chiefs as the defensive backs coach. He enters his fourth season as the Chiefs defensive backs coach in 2013. Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2008 and the Chiefs Hall of Fame in 1986, Thomas played cornerback for 13 seasons with Kansas City (1966-78) and finished his career with a franchise-record 58 interceptions.


Statistical Analysis Coordinator:  Mike Frazier
Mike Frazier enters his first year as the Chiefs Statistical Analysis Coordinator in 2013. He arrived in Kansas City after spending 10 seasons in the same role with the Philadelphia Eagles (2003-12). In his current position, he assists Head Coach Andy Reid and the Chiefs coaching staff with player statistics, situational analysis, as well as team and league-wide trends.


Quarterbacks:  Matt Nagy
Matt Nagy enters his first season in Kansas City as the Chiefs quarterbacks coach in 2013. He is in his fourth season as an NFL assistant coach. Before joining the Chiefs coaching staff, Nagy spent three years on the offensive staff of the Philadelphia Eagles, most recently serving two seasons as the franchise's offensive quality control coach (2011-12).


Strength & Conditioning:  Barry Rubin
Barry Rubin enters his first season as the Chiefs strength and conditioning coach in 2013 after serving the previous three seasons in the same capacity with the Philadelphia Eagles (2010-12). Prior to being promoted to the Eagles head strength and conditioning coach in 2010, he was an assistant for two years (2008-09).


Assistant Strength & Conditioning:  Travis Crittenden
Travis Crittenden enters his first season as an assistant strength and conditioning coach with the Kansas City Chiefs after spending the 2012 season in the same capacity for the Philadelphia Eagles. Prior to entering the NFL, he served as the director of football operations and general manager of Competitive Edge Sports in Atlanta, Ga., for eight years (2004-11).


Assistant Strength & Conditioning:  Brent Salazar
Brent Salazar begins his seventh season in Kansas City as the assistant strength and conditioning coach after joining the club in that capacity in 2007.


Spread Game Analysis/Special Projects:  Brad Childress
Brad Childress enters his 15th year in the NFL and his first as the Chiefs spread game analyst/special projects coach in 2013. He brings 34 years of coaching experience on both the collegiate and professional levels to Kansas City, including 14 years in the NFL. Most recently, he spent the 2012 season as the offensive coordinator for the Cleveland Browns. Before that, he had a five-year stint as the head coach of the Minnesota Vikings.






                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
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