Las Vegas — When it was over, with Super Bowl confetti falling from the roof and Kansas City Chiefs fans chanting together at Allegiant Stadium, head coach Andy Reid noticed an offensive lineman's fantasy
His top defensive tackle, Chris Jones, was lying flat on his back on the field, beaming with joy. So Reid did what any wise pulling guard would do on an inside run play."All right,
big guy!" Reid exclaimed with excitement as he pinned Jones down by the shoulders. "What are you thinking?! "What do you think?!"Finally,
the man carving his bust into the Mount Rushmore of the NFL's top head coaches rose to his feet. Reid used the player's momentum to pull him onto his shoulder,
embracing him in what appears to be one of their final moments together. After all, the clocks of both Reid and Jones had been ticking all week leading up to Sunday's Super Bowl,
with the coach's future a constant source of conjecture and the player's imminent free agency looming over the upcoming offseason.
At least one of those pressing questions appeared to be answered after the Chiefs' 25-22 overtime victory over the San Francisco 49ers. Jones? Time will tell. What about Reid
When asked if he will return to coach the Chiefs in 2024, he responded yes."Yeah, I haven't had time to think about it, but yeah, sure," Reid replied, smiling. "I get asked that