Andy Reid is ready to kick off his 21st season as a head coach in the NFL, and his seventh with the Kansas City Chiefs.
By now, he knows how to get ready for a season.
Andy, though, decided it was time to call in a family favor and bring his younger brother in to help out at training camp this year.
“Randy Reid,” played by “Modern Family” star Eric Stonestreet, owns a jet ski business in Oxnard, California, and he loves soft-serve ice cream.
And, as it turns out, he knows his football.
Meet Randy Reid, younger brother of head coach Andy Reid. 😒— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) September 5, 2019
He owns a jet ski business in California, loves soft-serve ice cream, and is passionate about his brand of football. #GiveRandyARing pic.twitter.com/BzmSQsblPi
“When my big brother Andy got the head coaching position here, I made it my mission: Every year, I’m coming to training camp,” Randy said in the hilarious short the Chiefs released on Thursday.
The Chiefs seemed to love having him at camp, too.
“Randy’s great to have around,” general manager Brett Veach said. “He brings a lot of energy and loves to get involved. It’s almost like having another coach around … one that we don’t want or need.”
If the Chiefs can pull off a Super Bowl win this season, Andy will have to make sure to give his younger brother credit.
Based on Randy’s help at training camp, a ring would be well deserved.
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