Members of Chiefs comment on Andy Reid retirement whisper

Quarterback Patrick Mahomes is one of several Kansas City Chiefs players who believe head coach 

Andy Reid will keep his job regardless of the outcome of this Sunday's Super Bowl LVIII against the San Francisco 49ers.

"Other than spending time with his grandkids, he doesn't do any of that stuff," Mahomes recently said regarding Reid's 

off-field hobbies, according to Adam Teicher of ESPN. "He's all about football and cheeseburgers."

Reid is already a two-time Super Bowl winner head coach who will age 66 in March and ranks fourth all-time in NFL wins (regular season and playoffs combined).

Thus, it's hardly unexpected that rumors that Reid may retire if Kansas City defeats San Francisco this Sunday are swirling around the Chiefs. 

He's in a good place, not just with Pat, but with his coaching staff and the personnel staff," Chiefs general manager Brett Veach said of Reid.

"This is the scenario he has always desired. I believe he has a long career ahead of him in football coaching, and I

I anticipate him staying here for the foreseeable future. I believe he has a significant amount of time left."

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