With Patrick Mahomes as his starting quarterback, Andy Reid has a good chance of winning many more Super Bowl titles. But if his Chiefs win their second championship in four years, may the future Hall of Famer decide to retire?
Reid has never officially stated that he intends to leave the game of football in the near future. However, if the Chiefs win the Lombardi Trophy at State Farm Stadium in 19 days, an AFC scout reportedly told ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler that the Super Bowl 54 champion head coach might retire.
The scout said Fowler, “I simply think at some point he could make the life decision to step away from the grind. “At least I could see it,”
Reid said he intends to coach for a very long period in August of last year. But if he ultimately decides to go after this season, he won’t be the first famous coach to leave a Super Bowl contender in the peak of his career. The names Bill Walsh and Bill Cowher spring to mind as two noteworthy instances.
“I put my Jordans on 👟, I put my Air Force 1s on 👟, man I’m ready to go.”@Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid still has the passion for coaching and won’t be slowing down anytime soon.
— SiriusXM NFL Radio (@SiriusXMNFL) August 23, 2022
Reid, who took over as head coach in 2019, has never had a losing season with the Chiefs. Under his leadership, they have qualified for the playoffs all but one season (2014), and on Sunday, they will face the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship Game for the fifth time in a row.
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