Anyone know who the longest-tenured head coach in the league is these days? If you said the New England Patriots’ Bill Belichick, you are correct if you’re talking about one team. The correct answer is Andy Reid, who patrolled the sidelines for the Philadelphia Eagles from 1999-2012 and then it was the Kansas City Chiefs, here I come. The quality coach has led his current team to four straight winning seasons and three playoff appearances. This past season, the franchise captured its first AFC West title since 2010 with a 12-4 record. The conference’s No. 2 seed was knocked out of the divisional playoffs by the Pittsburgh Steelers.

But the team appears primed to make another postseason run.

Bring him back

The team has already added Bennie Logan to replace Dontari Poe at nose tackle and free safety Eric Berry re-upped courtesy of a long-term contract. All told, that means the Kansas City Chiefs have just three unsigned unrestricted Free Agents at the moment and two are defensive ends. And both Kendall Reyes and Jarvis Jenkins spilt time with two teams this past season before winding up in Kansas City. The former suited up for a few games with the Washington Redskins and Jenkins played nine games for the New York Jets. Of the two players, Reyes had the better numbers with the Chiefs, totaling 15 tackles, one sack and one pass defensed.

But we are really splitting hairs and the chances are very high that neither are in the team’s 2017 plans, at least for now.

Let him go

It’s kind of a no-brainer but the Kansas City Chiefs are more than ready to move on from running back Knile Davis. After all, the team dealt him to the Green Bay Packers last midseason and he played in only two games before being released.

He got a very quick look-see from the New York Jets in November before re-signing with the Chiefs a few days later. Reid’s club has a nice 1-2 punch in Spencer Ware and Charcandrick West and this offseason added versatile C.J. Spiller. Davis can contribute out of the backfield and on kickoff returns and will probably get another chance…elsewhere.

Don't miss our page on Facebook!