Reid New Chief In Kansas City

After 14 seasons in Philadelphia, Andy Reid will now call Kansas City home.

Andy Reid was not unemployed for very long. Reid was named the new Kansas City Chiefs Head Coach Friday afternoon. He spent 14 seasons in Philadelphia winning 130 games and 10 playoff games. He struggled his last two seasons in Philly going 12-20 and was fired Monday. The Chiefs are coming off a rough season where they finished 2-14 and have been awarded the #1 overall pick for the struggles. Reid has already announced that Brad Childress will be his offensive coordinator and that Juan Castillo, his former defensive coordinator, will join him in some capacity. Although he takes over a team that has a lot of holes, Reid has proved that he can add some stability to an organization.

Reid won 10 playoff games and a made a Super Bowl appearance in Philadelphia.

In Jamaal Charles, Andy Reid has a workhorse back to give the ball to and a play-making receiver in Dwayne Bowe.

Will Reid stick with Matt Cassell?

Draft Geno Smith?

Or bring Michael Vick to KC with him?

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