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New Chiefs Coach Andy Reid Will Address Media Today


The Kansas City Chiefs officially announced the hiring of Andy Reid on Friday but it won’t be until this afternoon that the new coach will meet with the media for the first time.

The Chiefs will introduce Reid at 1PM central time. You can watch the presser live at KCChiefs.com.

The media is sure to have a field day with Reid, though they may not get the kinds of answers they are looking for. Reid is notoriously boring in press conferences and rarely gives the press the soundbites they desire.

Still, this being his first presser as head coach of the Chiefs, Reid may give a bit more incite into his thinking than we’ll see at any other time during his tenure. Reports have been circulating that Reid has been working on assembling his coaching staff for some time now so we may learn the identities of some of his staff members today.

Reid figures to be asked about his search for a new GM, offensive and defensive coordinators and a QB. I’d also wager he’ll be asked his thoughts on the roster overall, as well as specific soon to be free agents like Dwayne Bowe and Branden Albert.

We’ll have coverage of the press conference up on AA shortly after it ends. If you’re at work and you aren’t able to watch live, we’ll pull any money quotes and pass them along to you.

For now, what questions would you have for coach Reid if you were attending the press conference?

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  • http://www.arrowheadaddict.com Patrick Allen

    I am really interested to know what defense Andy intends to run. I’d assume the Chiefs will switch back to the 4-3. In that case, KC would be wise to re-sign Dorsey but only if they can get him at a reasonable price.

    • http://www.facebook.com/jonathan.aldridge.73 Jonathan Aldridge

      didnt glenn dorsey and tyson jackson run a 4-3 defense at LSU?

  • http://www.facebook.com/jonathan.aldridge.73 Jonathan Aldridge

    cant wait. gonna be interesting on what he says about the qb problem