The once considered potential replacement at Offensive Coordinator for the Chiefs has now left the franchise to become the new O.C. for the New York Giants. With Eric Bienemy looking very likely to Kansas City, we now must look into who the Chiefs can bring in to replace Mike Kafka as the team’s Quarterback Coach/Quality Control person.
David Girardi has just finished his fifth year with the Kansas City Chiefs. Prior to a promotion and change in title for the 2021-22 season, Girardi worked as the quality control coach in K.C. The aspect of being quality control coach would not be new grounds to him as to his current title, passing game analyst/assistant quarterbacks coach. Andy has had Girardi working throughout the offense for multiple seasons including putting him in the wide receiver room where he worked closely with Tyreek Hill.
Girardi has spent his coaching career all over the place in locations such as: Seton Hill University, Geneva College, Northwestern University, and Lafayette College. His football career all began at Geneva College in 2009 where played quarterback and led his team to a N.C.C.A.A. Championship.
Being named assistant quarterbacks coach almost seems like writing on the wall for who gets this job next but that isn’t always the case. Most Chiefs fans know that Andy likes to keep his promotions in house more time than not, especially when it comes to the offensive side of the ball but this year could have the potential of something new in K.C.