NFL Coach Expected To Become Highest-Paid

The NFL shield logo is seen following a press conference held by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell at the George R. Brown Convention Center on February 1, 2017 in Houston, Texas.
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The Kansas City Chiefs have been one of the best teams in the NFL during the Patrick Mahomes era.

They have won three of the past five Super Bowls, and, while their 2023 roster wasn’t their strongest during this run, they still found a way to win the title.

Some fans and analysts have given Mahomes the highest amount of praise for this success, while others have pointed to their head coach, Andy Reid.

Reid is now one of the most decorated coaches in league history, and after putting another trophy in his case, some expected him to hang it up after a successful career.

That doesn’t seem to be the case, according to Tom Pelissero’s latest report.

Pelissero indicated that Reid is expected to begin contract negotiations with the Chiefs, which should make him the highest-paid coach in the league.

In the NFL, players often get paid a large sum of money but don’t bring their team to the big game.

While this can happen for coaches, if they fail, they are usually shown the door after several years with similar, less-than-ideal results.

Reid has proven to the Chiefs and the rest of the NFL that his players respect him, and at the end of the day, he can out-coach any opponent that is thrown in his direction.

Now that he’s going to be extended for a few more years, Reid can keep bringing a winning mentality to this team, hoping to win another Super Bowl before all is said and done.

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