March 19, 1958: Born in Los Angeles, California

1971: As a 13-year-old, appeared in a Punt, Pass and Kick competition on Monday Night Football. Video of the occasion has become famous given Reid’s significantly larger stature than the other kids competing.

1978: Began playing as an offensive lineman at BYU after two seasons at Glendale Community College. He played for the Cougars until 1980 and then became a graduate assistant for the 1982 season. He spent the next nine years after that as an offensive line coach at four colleges.

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1992: Hired by the NFL’s Green Bay Packers as an assistant coach (former BYU assistant coach Mike Holmgren was the head coach). He held a number of different positions on Green Bay’s staff through 1998. The Packers won the Super Bowl in 1996.

1999: Hired by the Philadelphia Eagles as head coach. He added the duties of executive vice president of football operations in 2001.

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2004: Guided the Eagles to the Super Bowl after losses in the NFC Championship Game in the previous three seasons. Philadelphia lost to the New England Patriots 24-21 after the game was tied at 14 entering the fourth quarter. Reid became the Eagles all-time winningest coach the next season.

2012: Reid’s contract was not renewed by Philadelphia after numerous down years following the team’s Super Bowl appearance, most notably a 4-12 mark in his final season.

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2013: Hired by the Kansas City Chiefs as head coach.

2018: Became the ninth coach in NFL history to reach 200 career wins and also became the winningest coach in NFL history to have not won a Super Bowl.

2019: Became one of just seven coaches in NFL history to guide two different teams to the Super Bowl as the Chiefs earned their first berth since 1969.