Andy Reid Signs Record-Breaking Contract Extension with Kansas City Chiefs Through 2029

The Kansas City Chiefs have extended Andy Reid’s contract through 2029 with a five-year, $100 million contract, according to reports Sporty. His bond with the team led by Patrick Mahomes will expire after Super Bowl LXIII.

With his new deal, Reid, who will be 71 when his contract ends, became the highest-paid coach in American sports leagues when he signed his extension, receiving an average of $20 million a year. The AFC West team’s previous coach’s salary was $12.5 million per season.

This was also achieved thanks to the fact that Bill Belichick, who received 25 million per year, was separated from the New England Patriots. The second highest paid coach in the NFL is Sean Payton of the Denver Broncos, with an average of 18 million per season.

Reid arrived in Kansas City in 2013 and since then he has a record of 128-51 in the regular season and 16-7 in the playoffs with four American Conference championships and three Super Bowls won.

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Right now, Reid is the fourth coach with the most regular season wins in the NFL with 258, only behind Bill Belichick (302), George Halas (318) and Don Shula (328). In terms of playoff wins, the Kansas City Chiefs are in second place with 26, only behind Bill Belichick’s 31 wins.

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2024-04-23 20:52:43
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