• Chiefs' Andy Reid among NFL coaches with no-hazing policy

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Nov 11, 2013
    Aside from rookies carrying veterans shoulder pads up the hill at training camp, the Chiefs have a no-hazing policy. “A combination," Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. “I would tell you I thought our hit at a good time," Reid said. Reid traces his feelings to Hall of Fame coach Bill Walsh, who mentored Reid’s boss at Green Bay, Mike Holmgren, and took that principle to Philadelphia when he became a head coach in 1999. Starting time for the game on Sunday in Denver was recently pushed back to prime time to accommodate a prime-time audience and the massive amount of attention this game is attracting.
  • Reid won't need to push intensity this week

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Kansas City Chiefs returned to practice Monday for the first time after their bye, and there was no mystery what they spent their time on. “A combination," Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. “We worked a little bit on Denver and a…
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Q&A with Chiefs coach Andy Reid

      The Chiefs returned from their bye week on Monday and began preparations for Sunday's showdown at Denver. Here are some of coach Andy Reid's thoughts from a teleconference on Monday:

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