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As you know, Andy Reid’s long tenure with the Philadelphia Eagles has come to an end after 14 seasons. During those 14 years, Reid’s Eagles found themselves in the playoffs nine times – that’s about half of the Eagles total playoff appearances since the league merger in 1970. To call him anything other than the most successful coach in Philadelphia history would be doing him a disservice.
However, after two poor seasons with a supposed dream team, Andy Reid was released by the Eagles on Black Monday. Days later he was scooped up by the struggling Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs hope that Reid’s winning pedigree will be the perfect answer for their recently horrible team. There are three notable things that need to change in Kansas City in order for them to start experiencing success.
General Manager Scott Pioli needs to move on.
Figure out the QB situation.
Increase team-wide talent, don’t just rely on a handful of pro-bowlers.
As it stands right now, Scott Pioli is gone, so that i...
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When the Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie made the decision to cut ties with only former head coach Andy Reid, and opt to keep GM Howie Roseman for the unforeseeable future, Lurie might have taken everything thing into consideration.
Like who might decide to join Reid in Kansas City.
Yes, Lurie went on record to say that each coach’s contract would be honored. But he also...
New Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid has found his
offensive coordinator, as the team has hired his former quarterbacks coach Doug
Pederson to fill the position, according to Adam Caplan of XM-Radio.
As others have noted, Eagles QB Doug Pederson has joined the Chiefs. He's their OC, source confirmed.
— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) January 11, 2013
Pederson has gone...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. When new Chiefs head coach Andy Reid was an offensive line coach for the Missouri Tigers from 1989-91, he was part of perhaps the most star-studded coaching staff in Missouri football history.
Bob Stull, then the Tigers head coach, had five assistants who later went on to be head coaches or assistants in the NFL. They were:
Reid, who was an assistant with the...
Before meeting with the local media on Monday afternoon, new Kansas City Chiefs Head Coach, Andy Reid, discarded a few coaches, interviewed others, met with a potential GM candidate and thus began what will be a crazy first month on the job.
Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator Brad Childress was in
Kansas City yesterday, where he could potentially be hired by the Chiefs as
either the team’s offensive coordinator or as an advisor to new head coach Andy
Reid, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Browns OC Brad Childress is in KC today, where he could be hired as either OC or as an advisor to new Chiefs head coach...
Andy Reid is in the process of trying to rebuild the Kansas City Chiefs from the ground up. Reid needs a quarterback to make the process easier, and the Chiefs hold the #1 overall pick in the 2013 draft.
Question will begin to arise in reference to who Reid and the Chiefs might select. There is no Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III in this draft, even though Geno Smith and Matt...
As we slowly make the transition from football season to the offseason, there are a number of different approaches that teams are taking. Some teams have blown it up, and are in the middle of starting over while some teams are simply looking to add a little more talent to their rosters before the start of the 2013 season. Here's a short list of interesting teams to watch as the...
Brad Childress was in Kansas City today to meet with new Chiefs coach Andy Reid. But a source close to the situation said Childress wasnt under consideration as offensive coordinator but another job on Reids offensive staff.
Childress, 56, was on Reids staff with the Eagles for seven seasons, three as offensive coordinator, before leaving to become the head coach of the...
Multiple news sources are reporting that the Philadelphia Eagles have met with Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly and that the two sides will meet again early next week. When asked about joining the NFL coaching ranks prior to the National Championship game, Kelly told reporters that leaving “is not an option.” Something changed.
The Eagles have now interviewed six coaching candidates...
With Andy Reid gone and Chip Kelly staying at Oregon, the Philadelphia Eagles continued their search for the franchise's next head coach. The Eagles announced Tuesday that they will indeed meet for an interview with former-Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith.
Smith was fired after the Bears missed the playoffs, despite a 10-6 record. He interviewed with the Buffalo Bills last...