Ex-Chiefs assistant and son of HC Andy Reid is sentenced to prison



Bad news arrived for the Reed family on November 1. The former assistant presidents and son of coach Andy Reed have been sentenced to prison and here are all the details about it.

Andy Reed - Kansas City Chiefs - NFL 2022
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Andy Reed there was Kansas City For a long time he has used various assistants in heads Throughout his career, including his son Brit. Unfortunately, the latter was involved in a difficult situation and 37 years It was Rule this is November 1 to prison.

The 64-year-old coach had a great performance in NFL. he has Won two Super Bowls (XXXI as assistant coach and LIV as HC), so he knows very well all about football.

Since he arrived at Kansas City in 2013He tried to get his family on the team. Since then, he has worked with his son Britthat was assistant coach for heads. Now, it was Sentenced to prison Because of an unfortunate event.

Why was Brett Reed, son of Andy Reed, sentenced to prison?

On the first Tuesday of November BRIT REDson of HC chiefs Andy Reed, sentenced Three years in prison for Drunk driving, speeding and hitting two parked cars in 2021resulting in a 5-year-old girl suffering a serious brain injury.

According to the Associated Press, Reed pleaded guilty in September to Driving while drunk. He was driving too 84 mph in a 65 mph zone When his truck hit those cars on a driveway ramp Highway 435 near Arrowhead Stadium on me February 4, 2021.

A total of six people were injured, including Brett Reed. Ariel Younga 5 year old girlsuffered brain injury. The 37-year-old assistant coach had a Blood alcohol level 0.113% two hours after the accident, while the Legal limit 0.08%.

Felicia Miller, Ariel’s motherin court that Victims did not accept Red APLogistics. family too opposing the petition deAl, who Brett’s sentence was reduced from seven years to a maximum fus.

in SecrecyThe Kansas City Chiefs and Ariel’s family agreed that The team will pay for her ongoing medical treatment and other expenses. The 5-year-old girl, according to her mother, has to improve Since the accident, but She still drags one foot when she walksAnd the Suffers with her Balance And must wear thick glasses.

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