Coaches

Andrew Weidinger
Offensive Assistant

Biography

Andrew Weidinger enters his second season as the team’s offensive assistant after serving four years as Assistant to the Head Coach/ Offense. His additional task as offensive assistant include managing data, research, daily practice scripts, schedules, calendars and assisting with the wide receivers.

In his first season as the offensive assistant, Weidinger assisted Terry Robiskie with the wide receivers in addition to his other responsibilities with the offensive coaching staff. In 2012, the Falcons offense ranked in the top 10 in the NFL in a number of categories, including third down effeiciency (45.1 pct, 2nd), scoring efficiency (44.0 pct., 2nd), red zone points scored (317, 3rd), red zone scoring efficiency (90.5 pct., 6th),first downs per game (21.4, 6th), scoring offense (26.2, 7th) and passing offense (292.0, 7th).

From 2008-2011, he assisted head coach Mike Smith as well as the offensive staff, in addition to lending support to running backs coach Gerald Brown.

He joined the Falcons in 2007 as a Personnel Scout and prior to arriving in Atlanta, he spent seven seasons at the University of Arizona, where he served in a number of positions, including Assistant Director of Football Operations.

Weidinger received a degree in Political Science in May of 2004 and completed his Master’s degree in Information Resources and Library Sciences in May 2007. He spent late summer and early fall of 2006 in a preseason internship with the Falcons.

Weidinger's Coaching Background
  • 2012-13 - Offensive Assistant // Falcons
  • 2008-11 - Assistant to the Head Coach // Falcons
  • 2007 - Scout // Falcons

Andrew Weidinger enters his second season as the team’s offensive assistant after serving four years as Assistant to the Head Coach/ Offense. His additional task as offensive assistant include managing data, research, daily practice scripts, schedules, calendars and assisting with the wide receivers.

In his first season as the offensive assistant, Weidinger assisted Terry Robiskie with the wide receivers in addition to his other responsibilities with the offensive coaching staff. In 2012, the Falcons offense ranked in the top 10 in the NFL in a number of categories, including third down effeiciency (45.1 pct, 2nd), scoring efficiency (44.0 pct., 2nd), red zone points scored (317, 3rd), red zone scoring efficiency (90.5 pct., 6th),first downs per game (21.4, 6th), scoring offense (26.2, 7th) and passing offense (292.0, 7th).

From 2008-2011, he assisted head coach Mike Smith as well as the offensive staff, in addition to lending support to running backs coach Gerald Brown.

He joined the Falcons in 2007 as a Personnel Scout and prior to arriving in Atlanta, he spent seven seasons at the University of Arizona, where he served in a number of positions, including Assistant Director of Football Operations.

Weidinger received a degree in Political Science in May of 2004 and completed his Master’s degree in Information Resources and Library Sciences in May 2007. He spent late summer and early fall of 2006 in a preseason internship with the Falcons.

Weidinger's Coaching Background
  • 2012-13 - Offensive Assistant // Falcons
  • 2008-11 - Assistant to the Head Coach // Falcons
  • 2007 - Scout // Falcons
 

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