May 24, 2024

The Kansas City Chiefs have made the most of their offseason and are steadily improving.

The Chiefs announced Monday that they had agreed to make Andy Reid the highest-paid head coach in the NFL.

In addition, new agreements were reached with general manager Brett Veach and team president Mark Donovan.

Andy Reid shuts down retirement whispers by signing an extension

The Chiefs are keeping three important members of their front office intact just before of the NFL Draft.

Following his two most recent Super Bowl victories, rumors have circulated about Andy Reid’s impending retirement.

‘Big Red’ has staged one of the greatest team turnarounds in NFL history, resulting in one of the most successful sports dynasties.

Major figures on the Chiefs’ staff are staying put and cementing their legacies for future seasons.

Kansas City has announced many morale-boosting extensions, which provides excellent momentum heading into the NFL Draft.

Chiefs say goodbye to executive with over 26 years of experience in the NFL

However, not all of the front office has remained intact this summer.

Unfortunately, Ted Crews, the Chiefs’ longstanding executive, has left Chiefs Kingdom.

Crews left as the franchise’s Head of Public Relations, and his 12 years of dedicated work have been invaluable.

Mike Florio remarked that this was ‘a major loss for the Chiefs’ and that Crews’ replacement would ‘have large shoes to fill’.

Crews brings his three Super Bowl rings to his new job with the NFC.

Adam Schefter stated on X that Crews will depart Missouri to pursue a new career with the Chicago Bears.

This is a dream come true for the former Chief Executive, as the Bears were his favorite team growing up.

Nonetheless, his absence will be felt throughout the franchise.

Patrick Mahomes reacts to Ted Crews’ departure for the NFC

Patrick Mahomes responded to Schefter’s revelation of Crews’ new position.

On X, Mahomes expressed gratitude for his service to the Chiefs: “I’m going to miss my guy!” Chicago’s getting a nice one!

 

The three-time Super Bowl MVP’s statement demonstrates that Crews played a larger impact than simply being the Head of Public Relations.

The franchise will now begin its search for his successor.

 

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