Former Eagles coach Andy Reid to interview for Cardinals, Chiefs head coaching positions today
Peter Morgan, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Former Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid will interview for coaching positions with the Kansas City Chiefs and Arizona Cardinals today, ESPN reports.
The Chiefs, who fired coach Romeo Crannel earlier this week, will reportedly meet with Reid in Philadelphia, while the Cardinals, who fired head coach Ken Whisenhunt, are expected to meet with Reid in Arizona later in the afternoon.
According to ESPN, a league source said that "he was '95 percent' certain Reid would end up with Arizona."
If Reid does end up with the Cardinals, he would be reunited with quarterback Kevin Kolb who played under Reid in Philadelphia but was traded to Arizona in 2011.
Reid was the winningest coach in Eagles franchise history recording 130 regular-season wins, more than twice as many as any previous Eagles coach. He also led the team to 10 postseason wins, six division titles and an appearance in the Super Bowl.
He was fired after a 4-12 season, his 14th with the franchise.
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