Chiefs head coach Andy Reid shuts down retirement talk after guiding Kansas City to back-to-back Super Bowls: ‘I haven’t even thought about it’

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid insists he hasn’t even considered retirement amid doubts about his future after a second straight Super Bowl victory.

The Chiefs became the first team since the New England Patriots in 2005 to retain the Super Bowl after a thrilling 25-22 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night.

And fresh off their triumph in Las Vegas, Reid shut down any possibility of him calling time on his coaching career and riding off into the sunset at the highest altitudes.

“Honestly, I haven’t even thought about it. But people keep asking me,’ said the 65-year-old.

He then joked: ‘I keep asking myself, why didn’t (Bill) Belichick and Pete (Carroll) retire? Ask those old guys the question!

‘I’m the old guy now, so I think I’m going to be asked that. But I really didn’t go there, I didn’t really think about it.’

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid insists he hasn't even considered retirement

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid insists he hasn’t even considered retirement