Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid was a very happy man after watching his team win the Super Bowl on Sunday night. So, if he harbored any thoughts of retirement heading into the contest, those are all gone now.
Reid had a conversation with Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer before the game in which he said that he was undecided over whether might retire or keep on going. “I’m not getting any younger. I still have a young quarterback,” he was quoted as saying. “I have a decision I have to make after this game.”
Well, the HC didn’t take very long to come to a decision following the 38-35 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.
“I think I am going to hang around,” he told the NFL GameDay crew when the possibility of retirement was brought up.
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“That’s what I’m talking about right there,” an obviously pleased Patrick Mahomes chimed in.
Reid turns 65 next month and is aware that he doesn’t have much time left. However, he seems keen on winning at least one more Super Bowl. Should he achieve that, the Chiefs would certainly be considered a dynasty.
Reid has led Kansas City to two Super Bowls in the last four seasons. He’s been the team’s head coach since 2013.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.