Coach Bio

Britt Reid
Defensive Line

Biography

Britt Reid enters his fifth season with the Kansas City Chiefs and his second as defensive line coach after spending the previous three years as assistant defensive line coach (2015) and quality control coach (2013-14). Prior to joining the Chiefs, Reid spent three seasons (2010-12) at Temple University as a graduate assistant working with the offense.

In 2016, the Chiefs defensive line showed continued success as 11 Chiefs combined to register 28.0 sacks (-162 yards) and 67.0 tackles for loss. Reid played a key role in the development of rookie Chris Jones. Jones appeared in 16 games (11 starts), logging 28 tackles, 2.0 sacks, four passes defensed and four tackles for loss. Jones was additionally voted to the 2016 All-Rookie team by the Pro Football Writer's of America (PFWA). Additionally, Reid helped guide second-year DL Rakeem-Nunez-Roches into an every-game role. Nunez-Roches appeared in the Chiefs final 11 regular-season contests in addition to the Divisional Playoff game. Nunez-Roches totaled 24 tackles, 1.0 sack and three quarterback hurries.

The 2015 season saw four different players start at multiple positions along the defensive line. The Kansas City defensive line tallied 14.0 sacks and 27 tackles for loss under Reid's watch.

Prior to his graduation, Reid served as a student assistant for the Temple football program for two seasons assisting the offense.

Reid also spent two years (2011-12) working the Steve Addazio football camp.

In 2009, he was a training camp coordinator intern for the Philadelphia Eagles, and in 2008, he was an assistant offensive line coach at St. Joseph’s Preparatory in Philadelphia.

Reid has a bachelor’s degree in communications from Temple University. He played football at Harriton High School and was a captain for three seasons. He played in the East-West All-Star Game as a senior.

Education: ­Temple University (B.A. 2012). Born: San Francisco, Calif. Family: Wife - Kristen. Son - Maverick and Daughters - Somers and Saylor.

Britt Reid enters his fifth season with the Kansas City Chiefs and his second as defensive line coach after spending the previous three years as assistant defensive line coach (2015) and quality control coach (2013-14). Prior to joining the Chiefs, Reid spent three seasons (2010-12) at Temple University as a graduate assistant working with the offense.

In 2016, the Chiefs defensive line showed continued success as 11 Chiefs combined to register 28.0 sacks (-162 yards) and 67.0 tackles for loss. Reid played a key role in the development of rookie Chris Jones. Jones appeared in 16 games (11 starts), logging 28 tackles, 2.0 sacks, four passes defensed and four tackles for loss. Jones was additionally voted to the 2016 All-Rookie team by the Pro Football Writer's of America (PFWA). Additionally, Reid helped guide second-year DL Rakeem-Nunez-Roches into an every-game role. Nunez-Roches appeared in the Chiefs final 11 regular-season contests in addition to the Divisional Playoff game. Nunez-Roches totaled 24 tackles, 1.0 sack and three quarterback hurries.

The 2015 season saw four different players start at multiple positions along the defensive line. The Kansas City defensive line tallied 14.0 sacks and 27 tackles for loss under Reid's watch.

Prior to his graduation, Reid served as a student assistant for the Temple football program for two seasons assisting the offense.

Reid also spent two years (2011-12) working the Steve Addazio football camp.

In 2009, he was a training camp coordinator intern for the Philadelphia Eagles, and in 2008, he was an assistant offensive line coach at St. Joseph’s Preparatory in Philadelphia.

Reid has a bachelor’s degree in communications from Temple University. He played football at Harriton High School and was a captain for three seasons. He played in the East-West All-Star Game as a senior.

Education: ­Temple University (B.A. 2012). Born: San Francisco, Calif. Family: Wife - Kristen. Son - Maverick and Daughters - Somers and Saylor.