Everybody loves everybody . . . According to the big guy.
Meanwhile, the team seems as if it's on a downward trajectory an unable to fulfill dreams of dynasty.
Here's his take . . .
“This whole thing with Eric Bieniemy that’s been written has gotten kind of fabricated,” said Reid. “We were on vacation and over the two weeks, I came back, and all of a sudden, it was that I didn’t like Eric and Eric didn’t like me and Pat Mahomes and everybody else. That’s not the case. We all get along good, and I’m glad he’s back with us and rolling. I thought he’d potentially get a head coaching job, which I would have been happy with, too, but that’s not how it worked out.
“Anyway, I just wanted to put that to rest. The rest of the time is yours.”
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On Tuesday, at the NFL's Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid spoke publicly for the first time since the day after the team's 27-24 overtime loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Between that day - January 31 - and this week, rumors and rumblings had surfaced about offensive coordinator Eric Bienimey before the club ultimately brought him back.
In realted news . . .
Both Kansas City Chiefs head coach and general manager Brett each met with reporters on the opening day of the NFL Scouting Combine on Tuesday. Both were asked about the team's All-Pro free-agent safety Tyrann Mathieu, who is coming off a three-year, $42 million contract.
Developing . . .