The Kansas City Chiefs are defending Super Bowl champions once again, with legendary head coach Andy Reid able to lead this team to glory during the 2022 NFL season and hoping to do the same in 2023, with superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes leading the way under center.
As one of the greatest head coaches in the history of the game, Reid is not only one of the best at what he does in the league, but he’s also got a reputation for being a nice guy with a good personality and a sense of humor, which isn’t all that common from those in his position.
In an effort to get a player’s perspective of Reid and potentially dive a bit deeper, Kay Adams had Chiefs offensive tackle Donovan Smith on “Up & Adams” to talk about his head coach.
"Not a man of many words. He keeps it short, sweet, and gets to his point."@DSmith_76 learned quickly that Andy Reid is all business
— Up & Adams (@UpAndAdamsShow) August 10, 2023
As Smith points out, Reid is not a man of many words, as the fun-loving head coach gets his point across without doing a lot of talking, as he keeps it short and sweet, and that seems to work in Kansas City.
Whatever Reid is doing as the leader on the sideline for the Chiefs, it’s working, with Kansas City expected to make some noise in the AFC once again during 2023 as a legitimate title contender right out of the gate.
Along with trying to win another championship in Kansas City, Reid and company will be playing for legacy from here on out, with the Chiefs getting a lot of dynasty talk if the team can win another title.NEXT: Chris Jones Sends Message To Chiefs Fans Amid Holdout