NFL insider offers interesting retirement update on Chiefs' Andy Reid

While meeting with media on Tuesday, Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid stated that "today's not the day"

they would consider retiring as his team prepares to face the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII on Sunday. 

Some people close to Reid believe that if he wins the Vince Lombardi Trophy for the third time since February 2020, he will retire. 

The most recent reports regarding Reid perhaps retiring before his 66th birthday in March arose just before the Chiefs defeated the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship on Jan. 28. 

Chiefs chairman/CEO Clark Hunt and quarterback Patrick Mahomes, among others linked with the organization

since poured cold water on such claims, and Breer said that there's no hint Reid is slowing down.

Reid enters this weekend as the fourth-winningest head coach in NFL history (regular season and playoffs combined). 

Former New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is 15 victories away from setting a record in that area,

 And he has been considered as a possible replacement for Reid if the latter leaves the Chiefs without a coach after other prospects have accepted jobs elsewhere. 

Belichick turns 72 years old in April, and Hall of Fame head coach Bill Cowher recently suggested that Belichick's age was one of the reasons teams passed on hiring him this winter. 

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