It seems the Andy Reid retirement rumors might be put to mattress.
After Chiefs proprietor Clark Hunt advised NFL Media’s James Palmer that he’s anticipating Andy Reid to be again to “go for the three-peat,” Reid confirmed that on the finish of his postgame press convention.
“Yeah — I haven’t had time to think about it, but yeah, yeah,” Reid stated when requested if he’ll be again as coach subsequent 12 months. “Yeah, sure, huh?
“I mean, I get asked that — I’m mad at [Bill] Belichick and Pete [Carroll] because now I get asked all those questions.”
It was an analogous reply to one he gave a month in the past when he was requested about doubtlessly retiring within the wake of Belichick and Carroll — two males of their 70s — now not teaching the Patriots and Seahawks, respectively. On Jan. 11, Reid stated he hadn’t thought of it including, “I’m old, but I’m not that old.”
Reid, who turns 66 in March, has been a head coach for each NFL season since 1999 when he began with the Eagles.
He’s now received three Super Bowls within the final 5 seasons with Patrick Mahomes as his quarterback, cementing his standing as one of many biggest head coaches within the historical past of the sport.