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Get to know Eagles pass game analyst Andrew Breiner

The Eagles officially named Andrew Breiner as the team's pass game analyst on February 6. Here is a snapshot of his career:

Breiner joins the Eagles' coaching staff from Mississippi State where he spent the last two seasons as the Bulldogs' pass game coordinator/quarterbacks coach.

In his first year as the head coach at Fordham in 2016, the Rams went 8-3, the most wins by a first-year head coach in the modern Fordham era. Breiner was promoted from offensive coordinator to head coach after Joe Moorhead left to become the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Penn State.

In 2014, the Fordham offense enjoyed a record-breaking season under Breiner's watch with seven offensive players earning All-America honors and 10 receiving All-Patriot League accolades. Quarterback Mike Nebrich was named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year for the second straight season.

The 2014 Rams offense set school-record marks for rushing yards (2,353), points (569), and rushing touchdowns (31). Fordham ranked fourth nationally in passing offense (326.1), fifth in scoring offense (40.6), third in team passing efficiency (156.2), seventh in total offense (494.1), and ninth in first downs (331). For the second straight year, Fordham had a 1,000-yard rusher and three 1,000-yard receivers.

At Connecticut from 2009-11, Breiner worked with the offensive staff in all phases of research and development, coaching and gameplanning as well as working individually with the quarterbacks and wide receivers in 2009 and 2010. He worked with the quarterbacks and running backs in 2011 and also had special teams responsibilities with the kickoff and kickoff return units.

Breiner graduated in 2006 from Lock Haven University with a degree in health and physical education. He was a four-year letter winner with the Bald Eagles as a wide receiver and also played special teams. Breiner won a National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete Award from the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the NFF for his accomplishments athletically, academically, and in the community.

Breiner started his coaching career at his alma mater with the wide receivers in 2006 when he sustained a career-ending injury midway through his senior year and began working with the wide receivers.

The 35-year-old Breiner is a native of Hummelstown, Pennsylvania.

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