About Corey Matthaei
In 2021, Corey Matthaei will begin his ninth season with the Chiefs, and his fourth as their assistant offensive line coach. Matthaei helped guide an offensive line ravaged by injuries in 2020, seeing twelve different openers at different positions along the line during the season while still standing eighth in sacks allowed (24.0).
In 2019, Matthaei was part of an offensive line that allowed 25.0 sacks in the regular season, which was third in the NFL.
He led a group that blocked for NFL MVP quarterback Patrick Mahomes in his debut year as an assistant offensive line coach. During the regular season, the offensive line allowed only 26.0 sacks while allowing the squad to rush for 1,855 yards.
Matthaei was the team’s assistant quarterbacks coach from 2015 to 2017 before taking over as the head coach for the 2018 season. Matthaei helped offensive line coach Andy Heck with the offensive line in addition to instructing the quarterbacks.
Matthaei spent two seasons as an offensive quality control coach with the team (2013-14) before being promoted in 2015, and five seasons as a coaching assistant with the Philadelphia Eagles (2008-12).
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