Watch Eric Stonestreet drop into Chiefs training camp as Andy Reid's younger brother, Randy

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.

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“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.

“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.

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“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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