Brad Childress may soon work for Andy Reid again.
Childress, the former Vikings head coach, is in Kansas City interviewing for a job with the Chiefs, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports. Reid, the Chiefs’ new head coach, could hire Childress as either the Chiefs’ offensive coordinator or as an advisor to the head coach.
When Reid became head coach of the Eagles in 1999, he hired Childress as his quarterbacks coach. After four seasons Reid promoted Childress to offensive coordinator, and Childress had that title for two more years before becoming the Vikings’ head coach.
Childress spent the 2012 season as the offensive coordinator of the Browns.