Andy Reid Lookalike Snaps Selfies During Kansas City Royals Game
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – A lookalike of Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid snapped some selfies with his smartphone during a Kansas City Royals game.
The imposter, who pulled off the appearance quite well, attended the Royals’ game at Kauffman Stadium on Friday, June 18.
During the ball game, fake Andy Reid was caught snapping some selfies by the television broadcast’s camera.
The wannabe Andy Reid watched as the Royals beat the Boston Red Sox, 5-3.
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About Andy Reid
Reid played college football at BYU from 1978-80 and returned to Provo as a graduate assistant on BYU head coach LaVell Edwards’ staff.
After a few years of coaching in college, Reid accepted a position with the Green Bay Packers in 1992.
He received his first NFL head coach position with the Philadelphia Eagles in 1999. Reid led the Eagles to an appearance in Super Bowl XXXIX where they fell to the New England Patriots 24-21. After the 2012 season, Reid’s contract with the Eagles wasn’t renewed.
In 2013, he was hired as the Chiefs’ head coach.
Two seasons ago, Reid led Kansas City to a 31-20 over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV.
Reid led the Chiefs to their second straight Super Bowl appearance last season, in which Kansas City was defeated by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Chiefs open their 2021 regular season schedule against the Cleveland Browns on September 12.
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