Andy Reid is regarded by many as one of the best head coaches in the NFL.
He has been instrumental in the development of Patrick Mahomes, and under his tutelage, the Kansas City Chiefs have won two Super Bowls.
At 65, however, many have wondered how long Reid will stay in the league.
Clark Hunt, the CEO of the Chiefs, was recently asked about Reid’s retirement and if he had a feeling it would happen soon.
According to Adam Schefter, Hunt said, “I really don’t, and I hope I don’t for a long time.”
Question today to Chiefs’ CEO Clark Hunt: “Do you have any feeling that Andy Reid is going to retire soon?”
Hunt: “I really don’t, and I hope I don’t for a long time.”
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 23, 2023
Reid is entering his 11th season as the Chiefs’ head coach.
With Reid at the helm, the team’s regular season record is 117-45, a .722 winning percentage.
Under his leadership, the Chiefs have won seven-straight division titles and are seeking an eighth in 2023.
Despite Hunt being questioned on the topic, Reid hasn’t hinted at retirement up to this point, at least publicly.
Hunt indicates that he doesn’t even want to think about Reid leaving the organization, given how much success he’s helped them achieve.
For the Chiefs, the organization is currently focused on the 2023 season, and thoughts of Reid’s retirement can’t bog them down.
Reid is now focused on leading this team to their second consecutive Super Bowl.
Will they be able to raise the Lombardi trophy again this season?
Mahomes has continued leading this offense to great heights, defying all his doubters.
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