• Reid expected to be new Chief in Kansas City

    Summary of 20 articles · Updated Jan 4, 2013
    Andy Reid is the Chiefs' new chief. Andy Reid became the next coach of the Kansas City Chiefs on Friday, the team announced on Twitter. Reid will have power in Kansas City and is expected to be able to hire his own front-office staff. Reid’s agent, Bob LaMonte told USA Today’s Jarrett Bell that Reid’s new five-year contract gives Reid control over all football operations. One person who told Reid to take the Kansas City job was Dick Vermeil, who coached the Chiefs from 2001 through 2005, and also coached ...
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    • Reid takes Chiefs' coaching job | History not kind

      Andy Reid pulled up to Arrowhead Stadium in a black SUV on Friday, stepped out of it wearing a dark suit and red tie, and walked briskly toward the doors of the Kansas City Chiefs' home.
    • Reid’s new five-year deal includes final say on KC personnel

      Not that this was a great surprise, after the Chiefs hired coach Andy Reid and fired general manager Scott Pioli the same day, but Reid has the run of the place. Reid’s agent, Bob LaMonte told USA Today’s Jarrett Bell that Reid’s new five-year contr
    • Reid must ride Jamaal Charles

      The knock on Andy Reid is he doesn’t adjust well. Well, he is going to have to be flexible in the early days of his Kansas City regime. Jamaal Charles #25 RBKansas City Chiefs 2012 STATS Rush285 Yds1509 TD5 Rec35 Yds236 TD1 Reid was a pass-first coach i
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    • Vermeil told Reid that KC’s pros overcome lack of QB

      Another man who made the trek from Philadelphia to Kansas City said he had a simple piece of advice for Andy Reid, when he was still thinking about the Chiefs job. “Go,” former Eagles and Chiefs coach Dick Vermeil said, via Randy Covitz of the Kansas
    • Andy Reid brings instant credibility

      On Monday, hours after firing yet another unsuccessful head coach, Clark Hunt reached out to season-ticket holders of the Kansas City Chiefs with a personalized email. In it, Hunt expressed his sorrow and embarrassment over what has become of the franch…
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    • Don Banks: Kansas City gets its man, but history says Reid may not win big

      The Kansas City Chiefs on Friday completed their whirlwind pursuit of Andy Reid and hired him as their next head coach, making the big, bold headline move in large part because they were drawn by his long NFL track record and history of winning in Phila…
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    • Wrong Direction?: On paper, the Chiefs appear to have hit a home ru…

      On paper, the Chiefs appear to have hit a home run in reportedly hiring Andy Reid as their new head coach. But Don Banks finds history may not be so kind to the new partnership.
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    • Report: Reid agrees to deal to become Chiefs' coach

      Report: Reid agrees to deal to become Chiefs' coach
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    • Friday's latest NFL updates: Former Eagles coach Andy Reid reaches agreement with Kansas City Chiefs

      With head coaches on the move, here are your latest updates flying out of the NFL rumor mill.
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    • Report: Chiefs and Andy Reid agree to deal

      Make that six head coaching vacancies. What has seemed inevitable in recent days is now (almost) official, as ESPN’s Chris Mortensen has now reported that Andy Reid has agreed to a deal to become the next head coach of the Chiefs. Mortensen points out t
    • Andy Reid wants Juan Castillo to be his offensive line coach

      If Andy Reid does, as expected, become an NFL head coach again this year, he will again hire Juan Castillo as an assistant. Settle down, Chiefs fans: Reid wants Castillo to be his offensive line coach, not his defensive coordinator. Reid is widely regar…
    • “Final say” could become an issue for G.M. hire in Kansas City

      With Andy Reid reportedly poised to become the next coach of the Chiefs (of course, it’s been close for six hours now), plenty of names are bubbling up for the position of G.M., if/when Reid takes the job. Here’s the most important thing to keep in mi
  • Was Andy Reid wrong for not acknowledging Eagles fans?

    Andy Reid's 14-year tenure with the Eagles came to an end on Monday, and Reid has yet to address the city of Philadelphia or, more importantly, its fans.
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