By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Andy Reid’s football odyssey started in 1982 and included stops at BYU, San Francisco State, Northern Arizona, UTEP and Missouri before he made it to the pros.

Reid started as a graduate assistant, and now he’s finally a Super Bowl champion.

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Big Red spent 14 years in Philadelphia, and after seven years in Kansas City, he finally won the big one on Sunday.

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The Chiefs won their third-straight playoff game after trailing by double digits. They beat the San Francisco 49ers 31-20 to win Super Bowl 54.

The 61-year-old Reid was asked if he has thought about retiring.

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“I still enjoy doing what I’m doing,” Reid said. “I got this young quarterback [Patrick Mahomes] over here that makes life easy every day. It’s a pleasure to come to work and know that you have an opportunity to coach him and his teammates … I really haven’t gotten there, to answer your question.”