Chiefs release statement after Britt Reid charged with DWI – NBC Sports

The crash happened days before Super Bowl LV and Britt Reid, then the Chiefs outdoors linebackers coach, missed out on the game. Britt Reid no longer is utilized by the group.

” The Kansas City Chiefs organization remains steadfast in our issue for all who have actually been impacted by this terrible accident,” the group stated. “Our prayers are focused on Ariels ongoing healing and recovery. The Chiefs are routinely in contact with the familys designated agent throughout this challenging time.”

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The Chiefs released a declaration after former assistant coach Britt Reid, the son of head coach Andy Reid, was charged with driving while intoxicated Monday for a crash that seriously hurt a 5-year-old Ariel Young.

Lots of questions stay about the Feb. 4 wreck. Britt Reid, who has a previous dui conviction, was going 83.9 miles per hour and had a blood alcohol concentration of.113 when he slammed his automobile into a car that had actually pulled over to help a stalled cars and truck, prosecutors say.

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