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In the weeks leading up to the Super Bowl, Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid was the subject of several rumors about his potential retirement after the 2023 NFL season. But as it turns out, not only is Reid not retiring, but it sounds like he’s about to sign a pretty major contract extension with the team that features a large pay raise.

According to a report from Tom Pelissero of NFL Media, Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs are set to begin talks on a new contract that is expected to make him the highest-paid coach in the entire league.

“Coming off back-to-back Super Bowl wins, the Chiefs and Andy Reid are expected to begin negotiations in the coming weeks on a new contract that NFL sources believe should soon make Reid the highest-paid coach in football,” Pelissero wrote for on Monday morning.

Reid is without a doubt the most accomplished active head coach in the NFL. With Bill Belichick now out of the league, Reid is the only head coach in the NFL who has won multiple Super Bowl titles after he led the Philadelphia Eagles to one and the Kansas City Chiefs to two.

Now, Reid will look to guide the Chiefs to a third-consecutive Super Bowl Championship next season – and he’ll get a much larger paycheck as he does it.