He was a minority fellowship coach with the Chiefs this past summer, and just this past January coached receivers in the NFLPA bowl, an all-star game for NFL draft prospects. It has Bills Hall of Famer strongly considering a career in coaching.
In an appearance on the John Murphy show Tuesday, Reed admitted it’s something he’s given a lot of thought.
“I really enjoyed myself in California at the NFLPA bowl. I enjoyed myself in a couple of other bowl games that I’ve been in. I really enjoyed myself in Kansas City last year with Andy Reid’s staff,” Reed said. “Being back in the pro game as a coach I’m sure if I want to pursue it I can do that.
“I wouldn’t say it’s on the back burner, but it’s definitely a possibility. I’m sure I’m going to be busy for the next six months getting ready for Canton. The door is open. Canton opened up and this other door is going to open. I always say when one door closes another opens up. I have to really just see if it’s what I want to do and what the best situation might be.”
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