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    Andy Reid’s Net Worth: How Much Money Has the Chiefs Head Coach Made?

    Andy Reid is one of the best coaches in the NFL, but is he paid like one? Find out how much the Chiefs head coach earns and his overall net worth.

    Andy Reid is one of the most notable coaches in the National Football League, with four Super Bowl victories (three as a head coach) and a great mustache.

    Andy Reid’s Salary and Contract in 2024

    The Kansas City Chiefs are on the heels of a Super Bowl repeat, and owner Clark Hunt and Co. thought it prudent to keep Reid around — to the tune of $100 million over five years. The extension signed in April of 2024 makes him the highest-paid coach in football and expires after the 2029 Super Bowl.

    “I’m incredibly grateful to (chairman and CEO) Clark (Hunt) and the entire Hunt family for giving me the opportunity to lead this historic franchise,” Reid said in a statement released by the team.

    What Is Andy Reid’s Current Net Worth?

    Reid signed his third consecutive five-year extension with Kansas City. In 2017, he signed a five-year extension worth over $40 million.

    The No. 1 in the PFN Head Coach Rankings signed a five-year extension in 2020. Prior to his 2024 contract extension, his net worth was estimated at $30 million. After the contract extension, his net worth is believed to be in the $50 million range.

    A Look Into Reid’s Tenure

    Reid has an impressive résumé as a coach. He was hired as the quarterbacks coach by the Green Bay Packers in 1992. Brett Favre arrived there that year from the Atlanta Falcons. With Reid on the staff coaching up Favre, the Packers would win Super Bowl XXXI in 1996.

    The Eagles were impressed with Reid’s tenure with the Packers and hired him as their head coach in 1999. As head coach in Philadelphia, Reid led the Eagles to five NFC Championship Games and one Super Bowl appearance.

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    They also won four straight NFC East titles from 2001 through 2004. Reid was credited with the development of Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb. Despite his .609 winning percentage, it would not be enough. 2012 marked Reid’s exit from Philadelphia with a 4-12 finish.

    Reid was hired by the Kansas City Chiefs in 2013. Reid has led the Chiefs to four Super Bowl appearances, winning three, and six straight AFC Championship Game appearances. His all-time win-loss record is 284-160-1. His postseason win-loss record is 26-16. He already has the best winning percentage in Chiefs history and looks to add to that with Patrick Mahomes.

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