Joe Bleymaier is an American football coach who is the wide receivers coach for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League (NFL).



Bleymaier is the son of former Boise State and San Jose State athletic director Gene Bleymaier.

After earning his law degree, he went to work for the University of the Pacific’s athletic department as an assistant director of compliance before opening a tech start-up with his brother.



He was previously a quality control coach, pass game analyst, and assistant quarterbacks coach for the Chiefs, and was also a quality control coach at the University of Colorado Boulder.

Bleymaier joined the Kansas City Chiefs coaching staff in 2016 as a quality control coach, at the recommendation of former college teammate and Chiefs general manager Brett Veach, as well as former Delaware quarterback and then-Chiefs offensive coordinator Matt Nagy.

Joe Bleymaier Super Bowl Records

Joe Bleymaier won his first career Super Bowl the following season when the Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV 31–20 and that was when he was promoted to pass game analyst and assistant quarterbacks coach in 2018.

Joe Bleymaier Coaching Career

  • Wauwatosa East HS (2006–2007)
    Assistant coach
  • 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
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