Andy Reid has coached two franchises in Super Bowl appearances and has been a mentor to many of his former assistants, meaning the Andy Reid coaching tree has a number of famous names who have achieved success as NFL head coaches on their own.
The top name on the Andy Reid coaching tree is probably John Harbaugh, who comes from a famous football family and was at the helm for the Baltimore Ravens during their Super Bowl victory over brother Jim Harbaugh's San Francisco 49ers in 2013. Doug Pederson meanwhile finished the job Andy Reid started and led the Philadelphia Eagles to the first Super Bowl win in franchise history. There is also Ron Rivera, who had a winning record during his years guiding the Panthers to two Super Bowl appearances and won Coach of the Year twice.
NFL coaching trees are a major part of assessing any football coach's legacy. Great coaches often have amazing assistant coaches who go on to have successful (and less successful) head-coaching careers of their own. So check out this list of NFL coaches on the Andy Reid coaching tree and vote up the best. Which coaches who learned with Reid would you most want at the head of your franchise?
Baltimore Ravens, 2008-present
118-74 regular season record
8 postseason appearances
2012 Super Bowl champion321A great coach?
Philadelphia Eagles, 2016-present
38-26 regular season record
3 postseason appearances
2017 Super Bowl champion222A great coach?
Carolina Panthers, 2011-2019
76-63 regular season record
4 playoff appearnaces
2x NFL Coach of the Year (2013, 2015)2210A great coach?
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Buffalo Bills, 2017-present
25-23 regular season record
2 postseason appearances111A great coach?