Chiefs HC Andy Reid to be panelist at Black College Football HOF QB Coaching Summit

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Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid has seen many things throughout his tenure in the NFL and he’s primed to share that wisdom with a new generation. He has accomplished almost every goal, and his legacy continues to grow through every season with Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

The veteran coach has been a mentor and confidant for many of his assistant coaches and players throughout the years. Because of that fact, Reid was recently tabbed as a panelist for the upcoming Black College Football Hall of Fame QB Coaching Summit taking place later this month. Reid spoke about his opportunity to serve as panelist during Thursday’s press conference.

“It’s through Troy Vincent and the NFL,” Reid said. “They put this together, and I was invited to do it. They’ve got a good forum there of people to talk to. I’m not sure how large the pool is, but it’s a good number of folks. It’s an honor and a privilege to be able to talk about quarterbacks, and that they considered myself, and I’m sure the other coaches feel that same way, to speak about it.”

Vincent played several seasons in the NFL with Reid when he was the head coach with the Philadelphia Eagles. The two have continued to remain close, especially with Vincent currently serving as the NFL’s head of Football Operations. From names like Donovan McNabb, Michael Vick, and Patrick Mahomes, Reid has advocated for black quarterbacks throughout his career.

The fourth annual QB Coaching Summit will take place from June 21-23 featuring front office personnel and coaches from the NFL and NCAA. Attendees will participate in the virtual programs to experience professional development and networking opportunities with NFL club executives.

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