Found January 02, 2013 on Down and Distance:
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Yesterday, it was reported by multiple ESPN writers, that Andy Reid was close to signing with the Arizona Cardinals. Today, all of that has changed again. ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting that before flying to Arizona, former Eagles coach Andy Reid will interview with the Kansas City Chiefs. Plot thickens: Before arriving in Arizona tonight, Andy Reid will interview today in Philadelphia with the KC Chiefs, via @mortreport. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 2, 2013 The coaching carousel has been heating up over the past few days and nothing beats watching reports differ from day to day. Other coaching candidates for the Kansas City Chiefs include Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter and special teams coach Keith Armstrong. However, those interviews have already occurred in Atlanta. I am not sure if Andy Reid would be better off in Arizona or Kansas City. Both teams need a lot of help at quarterback. Both have legitimate number one wide receivers. The Chiefs have the better running back in Jamaal Charles. The Cardinals have the better defense. In the end, I believe Andy Reid should take the Kansas City Chiefs job because they have more offensive weapons in place. What are your thoughts? Which destination is the best fit for Reid? The post Andy Reid to interview with the Kansas City Chiefs appeared first on DOWN & DISTANCE.
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