CANTON, Ohio — Game worn items from Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid are on display at the Pro Football Hall of Fame gallery in Canton, Ohio.
Reid’s cap and face shield from the Chiefs 33-31 victory during Week 9 against the Carolina Panthers represent the 230th victory of his career, which positioned him at fifth overall for most career wins in NFL history.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and NFL protocols, it was required for coaches and players to wear face coverings on the sideline throughout the duration of the game during the 2020 season.
The victory pushed Reid past the late Curly Lambeau and he now only trails Tom Landry, Bill Belichick, George Halas and Don Shula. Belichick is the only active coach on that list.