Patrick Mahomes is a fan of the Chiefs giving Andy Reid an extension.
It’s been an incredible year for the Kansas City Chiefs. Not only did they win their first Super Bowl championship in 50 years behind the stellar play of star quarterback Patrick Mahomes, but they managed to keep the essential pieces of their roster intact during the offseason.
Between Mahomes’ record-setting 10-year contract extension, re-signing defensive end Chris Jones to a four-year deal and making sure tight end Travis Kelce would stick around for another half-dozen years, the Chiefs were already sitting pretty in their quest to repeat as NFL champions.
The front office didn’t stop there, however, finalizing six-year contract extensions with head coach Andy Reid and general manager Brett Veach on Monday, which will keep the duo in KC through the 2025 season.
After such an unbelievable offseason for the defending champs, Mahomes was quick to show his support for his head coach and GM:
Patrick Mahomes approves of the Chiefs extensions
The Kansas City Chiefs figure to be a problem for a long, long time. While the terms of these deals were not disclosed because they do not pertain to the salary cap, they’ve already got the most dangerous quarterback in the game and are returning most of their Super Bowl-winning roster.
This team is set up for both short- and long-term success, and Reid finally breaking through to win his first Super Bowl cemented him among the NFL’s all-time greats. Given that Mahomes is fully on board with a head coach who knows how to properly utilize his otherworldly throwing abilities, this offense — and team in general — is going to be a force to be reckoned with for at least the next half-decade.