Eric Bieniemy is an American football coach and former player who is the offensive coordinator for the Kansas City Chiefs. He played college football for the Colorado Buffaloes and was recognized as a consensus All-American.

He was selected by the San Diego Chargers in the second round, 39th overall, of the 1991 NFL Draft. He also played for the Cincinnati Bengals and Philadelphia Eagles.

Bieniemy was vigorously enlisted out of secondary school and decided to go to the University of Colorado Boulder. He was the country’s second-driving rusher with the Buffaloes in 1990 with 1,628 yards, alongside 17 scores, and completed third in the Heisman Trophy balloting behind BYU’s Ty Detmer (the victor) and Notre Dame’s Raghib Ismail.
Bieniemy is Colorado’s untouched innovator in surging (3,940 yards), universally handy yards (4,351), and scores (42).

Nicknamed “Bike” and wearing No. 1, Bieniemy acquired agreement All-America praises in 1990 as a feature of Colorado’s public title group. He was a double-cross first-group generally, Big-Eight entertainer, in 1988 and 1990, procuring the gathering’s hostile Player of the Year honor as a senior.

When Did Eric Bieniemy Retire From Playing?

Eric Bieniemy retired from playing in the National Football League (NF) in 1999.

Bieniemy completed his profession with 1,589 yards surging, 1,223 yards getting, 276 yards returning dropkicks, 1,621 yards on opening shot returns, and 12 scores (11 hurryings and one opening shot return) while playing for the San Diego Chargers, Cincinnati Bengals, and Philadelphia Eagles.


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