Updated Jan 3, 2013 - 10:00 am
Report: Reid likes Kansas City, but still plans other interviews
Tuesday it was reported by various outlets that the former Eagles coach was almost certain to replace Ken Whisenhunt in Arizona.
Now Thursday, it's being reported that Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs are on the verge of a deal.
According to NFL.com, Reid is still planning on meeting with at least two more teams about job openings.
Reid will interview with the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday as planned, according to NFL.com's three amigos: Steve Wyche, Ian Rapoport and Albert Breer. Reid also plans to interview with the San Diego Chargers this weekend, which is near where he owns a home, someone with knowledge of the meetings told Wyche.
As the report notes, it's possible Reid's plans could change, and Philadelphia sports radio host Howard Eskin is reporting that Reid does not have any interview scheduled in Arizona.
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