Andy Reid and the Chiefs' Staff Will Coach Pro Bowl Once Again

For the second straight year, the Chiefs’ staff will be at the Pro Bowl

It comes with the distinction of being the highest seed in your respective conference to lose in the postseason, but for the second straight year, Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid and his staff will coach at the Pro Bowl, which is set to take place on Sunday, January 29, in Orlando, Florida.

The Chiefs had four players initially named to the Pro Bowl this year in tight end Travis Kelce, safety Eric Berry, cornerback Marcus Peters and punt returner Tyreek Hill.

There were also a handful of Chiefs listed as alternates, and as players either end up playing in the Super Bowl or are unable to attend for whatever reason, the Chiefs could have more guys end up playing in the game. Quarterback Alex Smith and punter Dustin Colquitt were just added to the AFC's roster.

What we do know is the Chiefs' staff will be there and we'll have full coverage at Chiefs.com with exclusive on-site interviews as well as behind the scenes access with our staff and players.

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