Joe Bleymaier is an American football coach who is tied with the Kansas City Chiefs as wide receivers coach in the National Football League (NFL).
He came to Kansas City after previously spending three seasons at the University of Colorado as a quality control coach (2013-15).
In 2020, Bleymaier kept on driving one of the most unstable passing games in the NFL with QB Patrick Mahomes in charge. The Chiefs offense positioned first in the association in passing yards per game (303.4) and net passing yards (4,85), third in normal increase per pass play (7.48), and tied for third in passing scores (40).
In 2019, he helped the Chiefs passing game position fifth in passing yards per game (281.1) and second in normal increase per pass play (7.48).
In 2018, Bleymaier worked with a Chiefs offense included the NFL MVP, Mahomes, as he tossed for 5,097 yards and 50 scores, which is just the second time in NFL history that a player has tossed for 5,000 yards and 50 scores.
Preceding his time at Colorado, Bleymaier burned through two seasons at Wauwatosa East High School in Milwaukee, Wis., while he was going to graduate school.
Moreover, Bleymaier burned through three summers as football tasks assistant with Andy Reid and the Philadelphia Eagles (2007-09) while Reid was the Head Coach and Executive Vice President of Football Operations in Philadelphia.
What Is Joe Bleymaier Current Salary?
Joe Bleymaier’s salary is not officially communicated but he is expected to take $500,000 as an average annual salary as the wide receivers coach for the Kansas City Chiefs.
Joe Bleymaier Coaching Career
- Wauwatosa East HS (2006–2007)
- Colorado (2013–2014)
Assistant director of quality control
- Colorado (2015)
Director of quality control
- Kansas City Chiefs (2016–2017)
Offensive quality control
- Kansas City Chiefs (2018–2020)
Pass game analyst & assistant quarterbacks coach
- Kansas City Chiefs (2021–present)
Wide receivers coach