Andre Curtis

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Andre Curtis
Personal information
Place of birth Beaverdam, Virginia
Career information
Position(s) Linebacker for the Virginia Military Institute Keydets from 1996-199
College Virginia Military Institute

Andre Curtis is an American football coach. He has worked with the New York Giants, St. Louis Rams and currently the New Orleans Saints. He won the Super Bowl with the New York Giants. Currently, he works as the secondary assistant coach for the Saints. His cousin is famous former football player, Damien Woody.

Career[edit]

Curtis was a defensive quality control coach for the New York Giants from 2006 until 2008. Following the 2008 season, he was hired as a defensive back/safeties coach for the St. Louis Rams. Now he currently works for the New Orleans Saints. He won the Superbowl when he was working with the Giants. [1] He was hired by the Saints in February 2012. He is now in his third season being the secondary assistant coach with the New Orleans Saints. He currently lives with his family in Mandeville, Louisiana. He is married and has children.

Early Life[edit]

Andre Curtis grew up in Beaverdam, Virginia area where he attended and played football for the Patrick Henry High School Patriots. Curtis' high school football team won the Virginia state high school football championship in 1995. He has a large family in Doswell, Virginia. He has three sisters in law and one brother in law.

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