Chiefs HC Andy Reid said he is not planning to retire following the team’s victory in Super Bowl LVIII.
Rumors have swirled around a Reid retirement for a few seasons, but those have proven to be little more than speculation. The now three-time Super Bowl-winning head coach is currently sitting on 258 regular season wins, ranking fourth behind Bill Belichick (302). Reid will be 66 at the start of next season and has the quarterback he needs to eventually secure the all-time wins record should he choose to pursue it. While he’s still a long way from catching Don Shula’s 328 career wins, there’s no denying it’s within reach. Of course, Reid could just be more interested in returning to see if his team can win a third-straight Super Bowl next season, something that has yet to be accomplished in the league.