Hard to believe, but Andy Reid can get fixated on food. When he first arrived to Kansas City to coach the Chiefs, he embarked on a furious tour of the local barbecue scene. Having conquered that, Andy Reid has moved on to cheeseburgers, with Alex Smith letting it be known recently that Andy likes treating the team to cheeseburgers. Not just one or two, but all the cheeseburgers.
REPORTER: How often do you get cheeseburgers for the players?
REID: “We had cheeseburgers Saturday night. I mean, I use that term all over. It’s hard to beat a good cheeseburger. I mean, it’s hard.”
REPORTER: How else would you use that term?
REID: “I don’t know. ‘This press conference is getting old. I need to go grab a cheeseburger.'”
Getting a cheeseburger is code for getting a cheeseburger. When it comes to getting cheeseburgers, Andy Reid doesn’t mince words. But once the cheeseburgers are done, it’s time to hit the dessert round when discussing occasionally using the playcalling tactics of other coaches.
— SeanKeeler (@SeanKeeler) June 5, 2014
The Chiefs are gonna need another camp just to recover from all the eating at this camp.