Chiefs Andy Reed Reunites With His Former Eagles Players And Talks About Super Bowl LVII Preparations
In addition to “The Kelce Bowl”, this year Super Bowl Fans have called it “Andy Reed’s bowl”.
Reid has led two teams to the Super Bowl in 24 years as head coach and his only win lies ahead. Kansas City Chiefs in 2019. But in 2004, Reed took his Philadelphia Eagles to the Super Bowl, eventually losing to the New England Patriots.
Reid was the head coach of the Chiefs for 10 years, but for 14 seasons he was in Philadelphia leads the Eaglestherefore, fans believe that on Sunday there will be revenge for him at the State Farm Stadium.
On Super Bowl opening night, Reed, wearing a Chiefs Tommy Bahama shirt, faced several of his friends on stage. old players in philadelphia when fans cheered for his hugs with each of them. His former players included Brandon Graham and Jason Kelsey.
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Michael Irvin asked Reed about that moment when his current and former teams clashed in the biggest game of the year in the NFL.
“No, look, it’s a great organization,” Reid said of the Eagles. “I spent 14 years there, man. I loved every minute of it. I spent 10 years in Kansas City, loved every minute of it. I’m proud of some of those old guys from the Eagles. I’m proud of my guys for the bosses. Go”.
Make no mistake, the only thing Raid cares about this week is the Chiefs. He lost his last Super Bowl appearance Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020, so he doesn’t want that sense of loss to return this time around.
Due to his experience, Reed is trying to maintain the status quo with his team this week.
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“I have been to several of them. Actually, I don’t feel too strongly about it. We must do our job. to get practice and train as best as possible and let the chips fall where they can,” Reid explained.
During his time in Philadelphia, Reid hit 130-92-1. He was eventually fired after the 2012 season and was brought in by the Chiefs ahead of the 2013 campaign to change their team. As part of the gutting of the coaching staff, he fired Nick Sirianni, then-reception coach from Kansas City and current Eagles head coach.
Reid went 11-5 that first season and it was a race for AFC dominance.
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He’s hoping to win his second ring in four years, and while he might not say it out loud, maybe a win over his former team will make him that much sweeter.