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Andy Reid celebrated Super Bowl with cheeseburger, trophy wife and Pitbull

Andy Reid celebrated Super Bowl with cheeseburger, trophy wife and Pitbull

How did Andy Reid celebrate his first Super Bowl championship as a head coach? 

With a cheeseburger, his trophy wife and Pitbull, of course. 

Reid’s signature post-game meal is a cheeseburger and after the biggest win of his life, he deserved to go big. 

"I'm going to get the biggest cheeseburger you've ever seen," Reid said on Sunday night. "Might be a double!"

After the AFC Championship Game, Reid said he celebrated by eating a cheeseburger and going to bed. But after Super Bowl LIV, Reid said he didn’t get any sleep before he was back at a lectern answering questions on Monday morning. 

And, no, he didn’t spend the evening with the Lombardi Trophy. 

“I didn’t really sleep last night but I didn’t spend it with the trophy,” Reid said on Monday morning in South Florida. “Well, I did. I spent it with my trophy wife. How’s that?”

Big laugh for Big Red.  

“I listened to Pitbull, that’s what I did,” he continued. “He was unbelievable. He’s got great endurance, man, I’ll tell you. Unbelievable endurance that guy has. That’s what I did.”

But before his cheeseburger, time with his wife and listening to Pitbull, Big Red got on the team bus with the Lombardi Trophy and tight end Travis Kelce captured the pretty cool moment. 

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Andy Reid's emotional shoutout to Philadelphia

Andy Reid's emotional shoutout to Philadelphia

A little piece of this was for Philly. A little piece of this was for the Eagles.

Andy Reid made sure to make that clear.

Reid is seven years removed from coaching the Eagles, but he still took the time Sunday night to give a shout-out to the team he coached for 14 years.

“I loved my time in Philadelphia,” Reid said after winning his first Super Bowl. “Phenomenal players there. We were so close so many times and my heart went out to those players. The one thing that hurt was for the Luries and the players.”

Reid reached the playoffs nine times with the Eagles between 2000 and 2010 but went 1-4 in NFC Championship Games and lost his only Super Bowl, 15 years ago in Jacksonville to the Patriots.

On Sunday in Miami, Reid’s Chiefs came from 10 points down halfway through the fourth quarter to beat the 49ers 31-20 in Super Bowl 54 and give Reid his first championship as a head coach.

Reid is beloved among his former players, many of whom Reid brought to Philly and many of whom still live here. Several of them were in Miami to support Reid, as was owner Jeff Lurie, who hired him 21 years ago.

Their support for their former coach didn’t go unnoticed.

“I’m happy for them,” he said. “They have a little piece of all of this and then for the Eagles to do what they did a couple years back with Doug (Pederson). That’s a special city and they’ve had some great players there. It’s great to see them still involved with the city. I appreciate it. It’s humbling to think about that. I do appreciate every bit of it.”

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Super Bowl 2021 odds: Eagles' title chances are a little disrespectful

Super Bowl 2021 odds: Eagles' title chances are a little disrespectful

The Kansas City Chiefs are still celebrating their come-from-behind Super Bowl LIV victory, but plenty of sports fans across the country have already turned their collective attention to next season.

Minutes after the play clock struck 00:00 in Miami, Caesar's Casino & Sportsbook released its odds for Super Bowl LV. How'd the Eagles fare?

Not bad, not great.

The Eagles are tied for the 10th-best odds in the league at 25-1, tied with the Vikings and the... Browns? That's messed up.

The Birds are also slotted behind the Cowboys, who are tied for eighth with the Packers at 18-1. Why Dallas would be considered a better bet to win the Super Bowl, after the Eagles won the NFC East and have the better franchise quarterback, certainly feels like a mystery.

The Chiefs, of course, are favored to repeat as champions.

Here's the full breakdown, via ESPN:

Chiefs 6-1
Ravens 7-1
49ers 8-1
Saints 11-1
Patriots 14-1
Steelers 15-1
Packers 18-1
Cowboys 18-1
Seahawks 22-1
Eagles 25-1
Rams 25-1
Browns 25-1
Vikings 25-1
Chargers 30-1
Raiders 30-1
Texans 30-1
Titans 30-1
Bills 30-1
Bears 30-1
Colts 35-1
Falcons 40-1
Buccaneers 50-1
Cardinals 60-1
Jets 60-1
Jaguars 75-1
Broncos 75-1
Dolphins 100-1
Giants 100-1
Lions 100-1
Panthers 100-1
Redskins 200-1
Bengals 200-1

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