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Andy Reid, the NFL’s highest-paid coach, signs a new contract with the Kansas City Chiefs.
After leading the Kansas City Chiefs to three Super Bowl victories as head coach since 2013, Andy Reid has recently reached an agreement to sign a new, long-term deal with the organization.

Andy Reid will not be leaving Kansas City.
Andy Reid will not be leaving Kansas City. (Photo credit: Getty Images)
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By Tom Blow, Deputy US Sports Editor April 23, 2024, 07:00 | BOOKMARK
Following the signing of a new, long-term contract, Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid has emerged as the highest-paid NFL coach.

After spending 13 years with the Philadelphia Eagles, the 66-year-old took the helm of the Chiefs in 2013. Since then, he has led Kansas City to three Super Bowl victories, the most recent one being against the San Francisco 49ers in February.

Reid has been hired by the Chiefs, who are now hoping for an unprecedented third straight Super Bowl win. New long-term contracts have also been agreed to by the team’s general manager, Brett Veach, and president, Mark Donovan.

The NFL Network reports that Veach’s contract is good until the end of the decade, while Reid’s will last until 2029, after he turns 70. Reid is allegedly currently the NFL’s highest-paid coach.

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Chiefs chairman and CEO Clark Hunt stated, “Mark, Brett, and Andy have accomplished historic success together, and we are thrilled that they will continue in their roles for many years to come.”

“Mark, Brett, and Andy individually represent the best in the NFL at their respective positions, and as a unit, they form one of the best leadership groups in professional sports. We are excited about their ongoing success in the upcoming years, as they have been outstanding leaders for this organization both on and off the field.”

Reid went on, “I owe a huge debt of gratitude to Clark and the whole Hunt family for allowing me to be the head of this legendary franchise. His wife Tammy and I have enjoyed living in Kansas City for the past eleven years. We’ve been welcomed by the neighborhood and have seen our family expand, adding all 12 of our grandchildren while we’ve been here.

“I’m thankful to the players, coaches, and staff who have all dedicated their time to this process. There have been a lot of people on the field who have contributed to our success and Super Bowl. I also want to thank Bob LaMonte, who is my agent. Chiefs Kingdom is a unique location, and I feel privileged to be here.”

Reid has the potential to leave a lasting impact in Kansas City, especially with Patrick Mahomes leading the way. At just 28 years old, the three-time Super Bowl MVP is predicted to dominate the field for many more seasons. He is considered by many to be one of the best quarterbacks of his era.

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