George Sefcik


George Sefcik
Born:December 27, 1939
Cleveland, Ohio, US
Died:January 23, 2016 (aged 76)
Bradenton, Florida, US
Career information
CollegeNotre Dame
Career history
As coach
1964–1968University of Notre Dame (Wide Receivers)
1969–1972University of Kentucky (Offensive Coordinator)
1973–1974Baltimore Colts (Quarterbacks/Running Backs)
1975–1977Cleveland Browns (Quarterbacks/Running Backs)
1978–1983Cincinnati Bengals (Quarterbacks/Running Backs)
1984Green Bay Packers (Running Backs)
1985Green Bay Packers (Quarterbacks/Running Backs)
1986–1987Green Bay Packers (Quarterbacks)
1988Kansas City Chiefs (Offensive Coordinator)
1989–1990Cleveland Browns (Running Backs)
1991New York Giants (Wide Receivers)
1992–1996New York Giants (Running Backs)
1997–2001Atlanta Falcons (Offensive Coordinator/Running Backs)

George Sefcik (December 27, 1939 – January 23, 2016), was an American football coach. He was the offensive coordinator of the Kansas City Chiefs in 1988, and the Atlanta Falcons from 1997 through 2001. He coached in 2 Super Bowls - XXXIII with the Atlanta Falcons[1] and XVI with the Cincinnati Bengals. He has a total of 29 years coaching experience in the National Football League as an assistant coach and offensive coordinator. He was also a college football coach and offensive coordinator for 9 years.

Sefcik played football and baseball (3 year lettermen) for the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana from 1959 through 1962.

Sefcik played football and baseball (3 year lettermen) for Benedictine High School in Cleveland, Ohio from 1955 through 1958. He was a member of the 1957 Benedictine football team state champions and played/started at 4 positions - left halfback (offense), safety (defense), kicker and punter (special teams).

Sefcik died on January 23, 2016. He was survived by his wife and three children.[2]

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