Chiefs' Andy Reid reveals his favorite memory of coaching in Kansas City so far

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Believe it or not, 2022 will mark a decade of coaching in Kansas City for Andy Reid. Reid's teams have been overwhelmingly successful over that time stretch, appearing in multiple AFC Championship games and, of course, winning a Super Bowl. While chatting with 610's Fescoe In The Morning on Friday, Reid revealed what, to him, as been the most rewarding experience about being the Cheifs' coach so far.

"It's hard to get around winning the Championship game at home," he said. "It's named after our owner's father, and the person that started the organization. And then you have Ms. Hunt out there enjoying that moment too. To be able to bring the Lamar Hunt trophy to Kansas City, I think, is a beautiful thing. There's something special about that, when you do it in front of your crowd. The Super Bowl's great. Winning the Super Bowl is phenomenal, that's great. But that feeling – capacity crowd at Arrowhead is unbelievable."

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