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Reid/ Chiefs Announce Coaching Staff

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Doung Pederson (Offensive Coordinator)

Bob Sutton (Defensive Coordinator)

Matt Nagy (Quarterbacks)

Eric Bieniemy (Running Backs)

Tommy Brasher (Defensive Line)

Travis Crittenden (Assistant Strength and Conditioning)

David Culley (Assistant Head Coach/Wide Receivers)

Mike Frazier (Statistical Analysis Coordinator)

Tom Melvin (Tight Ends)

Corey Matthaei (Quality Control)

Britt Reid (Quality Control)

Barry Rubin (Head Strength and Conditioning).

Iā€™m pleased we were able to get all of these coaches on board,ā€ Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid said. ā€œI have relationships with each of them, and I know their past experiences, work ethics and coaching styles. These are high-character coaches, and each one brings something different to the table for us.ā€

http://www.kcchiefs.com/news/article-2/Chiefs-Announce-Coaching-Staff-Hires/3a07e225-0848-43df-931d-efa92403dcd7

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Reid is working pretty quickly. How many other new head coaches have that many new coaches already lined up?

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Reid is working pretty quickly. How many other new head coaches have that many new coaches already lined up?

Now you know what Andy was doing from the bye week through the end of the year... getting his new staff ready...

No Chilly though?

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Not surprisingly, there's quite a few names there to recognize from the Eagles. That's good though, because when I think about how bad most of the team played this season, you need to rebuild that staff from the ground up. There's some players who should have been much better, and for that, I think the staff is to blame. Players aren't being coached properly and prepared well enough for games.

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No O-Line coach named?

I wonder if he's trying to get Juan.

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Now you know what Andy was doing from the bye week through the end of the year... getting his new staff ready...

No Chilly though?

No OC named yet. Not sure if Reid has someone else in mind (MM?) or Chilly just hasn't been confirmed yet.

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No OC named yet. Not sure if Reid has someone else in mind (MM?) or Chilly just hasn't been confirmed yet.

Say hello to Doug Pederson, you new OC for the Kansas City Chiefs.

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No OC named yet. Not sure if Reid has someone else in mind (MM?) or Chilly just hasn't been confirmed yet.

That would be Doug Pederson...

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Doung Pederson (Offensive Coordinator) :roll:

Bob Sutton (Defensive Coordinator)

Matt Nagy (Quarterbacks)

Eric Bieniemy (Running Backs)

Tommy Brasher (Defensive Line)

Travis Crittenden (Assistant Strength and Conditioning)

David Culley (Assistant Head Coach/Wide Receivers) :roll:

Mike Frazier (Statistical Analysis Coordinator)

Tom Melvin (Tight Ends)

Corey Matthaei (Quality Control)

Britt Reid (Pharmaceutical Quality Control)

Barry Rubin (Head Strength and Conditioning).

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Why does he have his son working in the team who has an addiction

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Why does he have his son working in the team who has an addiction

I would assume that he's trying to give his son a positive direction in life, something to grow into. From QC up the ladder, maybe Strength and Conditioning at some point, maybe move into assisting Special Teams and who knows, maybe down the road an actual coaching job.

He seemingly tried it with his other son too, but it didn't quite work out as well as everyone would wish. Maybe it will this time.

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Why does he have his son working in the team who has an addiction

i guess he thought it more prudent to bring him along rather than to leave him behind in philly to go to work at n. broad st. every day

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I don't believe that Britt has anything near the kind of struggles that Garrett did. He had the one incident but never anything after that (whereas Garrett was getting caught smuggling drugs into jail, etc.) The Reids said that Garrett had a decade-plus long battle. Britt seems to live a quiet life now & got married last year.

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If you could, wouldn't you try to give your son an opportunity?

I sure would.

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Why does he have his son working in the team who has an addiction

It's an effort to keep his son with him and to give him an opportunity to keep his life together and to avoid what he'd gone through once before. Also it's just for a quality control position. All he really does is do what the position coaches & coordinators need. Basically an intern.

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Britt Reid (Quality Control)

:roll: The NFL is the only organization where blatant nepotism is perfectly acceptable.

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i guess he thought it more prudent to bring him along rather than to leave him behind in philly to go to work at n. broad st. every day

did the reids sell their house? might be fun just to have a whole main line mansion to yourself...

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It's a quality control coach...aka a slapper. They don't really have any responsibilities except do what everyone else tells them to do for them. Not a big deal in my opinion.

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:roll: The NFL is the only organization where blatant nepotism is perfectly acceptable.

Um yea, not that I agree with it, but blatant nepotism isn't exclusive to the NFL.

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Um yea, not that I agree with it, but blatant nepotism isn't exclusive to the NFL.

Thanks, Copernicus. But it's the only organization I can think of where it is so open and seen as acceptable.

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Um yea, not that I agree with it, but blatant nepotism isn't exclusive to the NFL.

You are absolutely right! It happens in business everyday, politics,....

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You are absolutely right! It happens in business everyday, politics,....

Except in the porn business...Not very prevalent there.
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Tony Sparano was in talks to be o-line coach.

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