Chiefs Make Reid Head Coach
The Kansas City Chiefs have made Andy Reid their 13th Head Coach in franchise history.
Reid comes to the Chiefs on a reported five-year deal, after 14 years in Philadelphia. He compiled a 130-930-1 record, with five berths in the NFC Championship game and one trip to the Super Bowl. He left the Eagles with the highest win total and winning percentage in team history.
The 54-year-old Reid made his rise to the top as an offensive assistant with the Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers and also was an offensive line coach with Missouri under Bob Stull.
It is widely believed that one of his old Philadelphia general managers will follow him to KC, with Tom Heckert replacing the recently-departed Scott Pioli.
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