Last August, the renegotiations between Kansas City and its front office were well advanced. They have now come to a conclusion. The Chiefs have announced new contracts with Andy Reid (HC) and Brett Veach (GM). The team did not disclose details of the agreements but reports indicate a commitment until 2025.
Reid joined the franchise in 2013; Veach arrived at the same time but did not conquer the responsibilities of general manager until 2017. The two had agreed on the selection of a young quarterback for the 2017 draft. A certain Patrick Mahomes…
At 62, Reid is the fifth-most successful coach in NFL history. He won his 230th game this weekend and is posting an 85-36 record in eight seasons with Kansas City.
“Through the past eight seasons here in Kansas City, we’ve had the opportunity to witness one of the greatest coaches of all time, who led our franchise to his first Super Bowl in 50 years,” Chiefs Chairman Clark Hunt said in a statement. “He’s a Hall of Fame worthy coach, but more importantly he’s an amazing person who has really changed our team culture. I would like to congratulate Andy and his family on this well-deserved extension. We hope he can end his legendary career here in Kansas City. “