Andy Reid on future with Chiefs: 'I still like what I'm doing'


In the lead-up to this year's Super Bowl, there was a fair bit of speculation about Andy Reid's future in Kansas City. While Reid hadn't hinted at a decision one way or another, there were plenty of rumors floating around that his time as the Chiefs' head coach was coming to an end. Reid finally put that speculation to rest after in the moments after winning his second title, and while speaking to 610's The Drive on Tuesday, he explained how he feels about his future in a little bit more detail.

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"I still like what I'm doing," he said. "I enjoy what I'm doing. I know I'm getting older, but I still have a passion for what the game presents ... The passion is for the opportunity to teach. And being around good guys that you have an opportunity to teach. The people you work with, I would include the organization. I've been fortunate to be a part of three different NFL organizations that are phenomenal between the Packers, the Eagles, and now the Chiefs. So very fortunate that way. So I enjoy coming to work, and I'm around good people. That drives you. The opportunity to do what you like doing."

You can listen to Reid's entire interview in the embedded player below:

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