Andy Reid Comment On Jason Kelce: “I love you man, you’re a great player, great person, even better.”…

 

Andy Reid has one regret about the Chiefs’ rollercoaster 2023 season, which culminated in Kansas City with the team becoming the first to repeat as Super Bowl champions in over two decades.

 

Reid was of course joking. He has frequently stated that his and Kelce’s altercation had no long-term impact on their relationship, despite the fact that a contrite Kelce publicly accepted blame for the event. Reid reiterated that stance Thursday, saying with Cowherd that the public reaction to his and Kelce’s feud was “overblown.” “I love his passion,” Reid added. “He’s constantly telling me, ‘Fire me up!’ so I’m rough on him. He’s like one of my children. I try to remain on top of him and ensure that he is correct, because he is our team’s personality. As wonderful a leader as Patrick [Mahomes] is, everyone followed Kelc’ . When he gets excited, everyone else does as well. Listen, do things become a little crazy? Yes, they become a little insane. But that’s why the job is so good. His job is excellent. My job is amazing. We will not be put in the back of a police cruiser for arguing with each other. That is not what is happening.

Reid told Colin Cowherd on Thursday’s episode of “The Herd” that when Travis Kelce notoriously bumped him in a sideline dispute during the Chiefs’ 25-22 overtime victory over the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl, he should have swung at the star tight end.

Did the media overanalyze Kelce’s sideline spat with Reid?

“I didn’t see him coming, or I would have forearm ripped him,” he stated. “But he got me.”

Reid was of course joking. He has frequently stated that his and Kelce’s altercation had no long-term impact on their relationship, despite the fact that a contrite Kelce publicly accepted blame for the event.

Reid reiterated that stance Thursday, saying with Cowherd that the public reaction to his and Kelce’s feud was “overblown.”

 

Reid was of course joking. He has frequently stated that his and Kelce’s altercation had no long-term impact on their relationship, despite the fact that a contrite Kelce publicly accepted blame for the event. Reid reiterated that stance Thursday, saying with Cowherd that the public reaction to his and Kelce’s feud was “overblown.” “I love his passion,” Reid added. “He’s constantly telling me, ‘Fire me up!’ so I’m rough on him. He’s like one of my children. I try to remain on top of him and ensure that he is correct, because he is our team’s personality. As wonderful a leader as Patrick [Mahomes] is, everyone followed Kelc’ . When he gets excited, everyone else does as well. Listen, do things become a little crаzy? Yes, they become a little insаne. But that’s why the job is so good. His job is excellent. My job is amazing. We will not be put in the back of a police cruiser for arguing with each other. That is not what is happening.
“I love his passion,” Reid added. “He’s constantly telling me, ‘Fire me up!’ so I’m rough on him. He’s like one of my children. I try to remain on top of him and ensure that he is correct, because he is our team’s personality. As wonderful a leader as Patrick [Mahomes] is, everyone followed Kelc’

. When he gets excited, everyone else does as well. Listen, do things become a little crаzy? Yes, they become a little insаne. But that’s why the job is so good. His job is excellent.

My job is amazing. We will not be put in the back of a police cruiser for arguing with each other. That is not what is happening.