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Report: Chiefs' Reid to receive extension after Super Bowl LVIII

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The Kansas City Chiefs are poised to give head coach Andy Reid a contract extension regardless of Super Bowl LVIII's outcome on Sunday, sources told CBS Sports' Jonathan Jones.

The Chiefs are reportedly expected to increase Reid's salary as part of the new deal. He currently earns $12 million per year, which ranks around the 10th highest among NFL coaches, adds Jones.

Reid is set to take the sidelines for the fifth Super Bowl appearance of his career. He's among the all-time winningest coaches, posting a 258-144-1 record over 25 years. Reid's also the only coach in NFL history to win 100 games with two franchises, accomplishing the feat with the Philadelphia Eagles and Chiefs.

Despite being the oldest active head coach in the league, the 65-year-old said earlier this week that he isn't considering retirement.

Reid guided the Chiefs back to the Super Bowl after finishing the regular season with an 11-6 record in 2023. Kansas City opened the postseason by taking down the Miami Dolphins in the wild-card round before earning road wins over the Buffalo Bills and Baltimore Ravens.

Widely regarded as an offensive savant, the Chiefs are expected to continue contending for Super Bowl titles with Reid at the helm. Kansas City has never endured a losing season in the 13 years with Reid as its coach.

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