Andy Reid has confirmed that he will return to be the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs next season, meaning that he will lead the way for a three-point attempt, after the team’s Super Bowl LVIII victory over the San Francisco 49ers in Las Vegas.
Big Red had been quiet on his future throughout most of the playoffs and refused to clarify what’s next for him in the week leading to Super Sunday, as he and the Chiefs were solely interested on finishing the task at hand: becoming back-to-back Super Bowl champs’ for the first time in 20 years (since the 2004 New England Patriots).
And they did just that by narrowly defeating the 49ers, 25-22, in a game decided by the thinnest of margins in OT.
Speaking to Jason Lieser, of the Chicago Sun-Times, during the Chiefs’ Super Bowl celebrations at Allegiant Stadium, Reid said that he will be coaching next season: ‘I haven’t had time to think about it, but yeah, sure.’
That means a 26th season as an NFL head coach for the 65-year-old, Angelino.
Chiefs’ head coach Andy Reid will return for one more season to try and win the three-peat
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