The youngster suffered devastating trauma and she'll be able to live without constant medical attention. Here's a glimpse at Kansas City's only living Super Bowl coach addressing the tragic situation . . . Read more:
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid met with the media for the first time since the Jackson County prosecutor's office announced last week it had filed driving while intoxicated felony charges against his son, Britt Reid.Britt Reid, a former Chiefs assistant coach, faces the felony charge from a February crash that left 5-year-old Ariel Young with a traumatic brain injury.Reid said because of the legal situation, he cannot comment on his son, but he continues to keep Young's family in his prayers."My prayers and thoughts go out to everybody involved," Reid said.