Andrew Robert Heck is a former player and coach in the National Football League. He is the Kansas City Chiefs offensive line coach. He spent twelve seasons as a tackle in the National Football League.
Which Teams Has Andy Heck Ever Coached?
Andy Heck in his coaching career has been a coach to two NFL teams and one college football team. He coached Virginia (2001–2003) as a Graduate assistant, Jacksonville Jaguars (2004–2005) as an Assistant offensive line coach, Jacksonville Jaguars (2006–2012) as an Offensive line coach, Kansas City Chiefs (2013–present) as an Offensive line coach.
Andy Heck Career History As A Coach
He obtained a football scholarship to the University of Notre Dame, and as a co-captain, he helped head coach Lou Holtz lead the Fighting Irish to a national championship in 1988.
Heck transitioned to coaching after two years as a graduate assistant at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville.
In 2004, Heck became the assistant offensive line coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars. He was elevated to offensive line coach in 2006, and he has been with the team since that time.
Heck became the offensive line coach for the Kansas City Chiefs in 2013. When the Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers 31-20 in Super Bowl LIV in 2019, he won his first Super Bowl.