Will Super Bowl 58 be the last game Andy Reid coaches for the Kansas City Chiefs.
Retirement rumors have surrounded the longtime head coach, and now people close to Reid have spoken.
The 65-year-old hasn’t indicated that he’s going to retire anytime soon, but the rumors still exist as Super Bowl 58 between the Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers approaches.
ESPN’s Adam Teicher spoke with several sources close to Reid, and they have indicated that Reid has no plans on retiring.
“He’s in a good place, not just with Pat but with his coaching staff and with the personnel staff. This is the setup he’s always wanted. I think he has a lot of football coaching ahead of him, and I can see him coaching for the foreseeable future here. I think he’s got a good chunk of time left.”
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes also considers it highly doubtful that Reid retires.
“I’m highly doubtful. He enjoys it every single day. He loves it. He comes to work every single day. So it would be very surprising to me and I haven’t gotten any sense of that in any sense.”
Despite the rumors, the future Hall of Fame coach doesn’t seem ready to move on regardless of whether the Chiefs win or lose Super Bowl 58.