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    KANSAS City Chief's linebackers coach Britt Reid was involved in a "drunk driving" car crash days before the Super Bowl in 2021. Reid allegedly admitted having "two or three drinks" on top of prescription amphetamines before the pile-up in Kansas City. 7Britt ReidCredit: Getty Images - Getty Who is coach Britt Reid? Son of Kansas City Chief Andy Reid Britt Reid is the linebackers coach for the Kansas City Chiefs. He's coach under his father, Andy Reid, throughout his career in the NFL - starting as a Practice Squad Coach Intern in 2009 with the Philadelphia Eagles. Reid joined the Chiefs coaching staff in 2013 after his father Andy Reid was put in charge. 7Britt Reid and his father AndyCredit: AP:Associated Press 7Britt Reid is a linebacker coach for the Kansas City ChiefsCredit: Getty Images - Getty Reid won Super Bowl LIV as an assistant coach with the Chiefs in 2020. However, Reid was unavailable on the sideline during Super Bowl LV in the Chiefs blowout loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Was Britt Reid involved in a car accident?...
    TONY ROMO caused a stir on social media during his NFL commentary on Sunday. The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback joined his CBS Sports partner Jim Nantz in the booth again. 2Tony Romo (right) caused a stir in the CBS Sports booth 2Andy Reid led his Kansas City Chiefs team to victory over Arizona Cardinals in week oneCredit: Getty Images - Getty Nantz and Romo were in Arizona to watch the Cardinals take on the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs ran away with the victory in a 44-21 rout led by some Patrick Mahomes brilliance. But a comment on the broadcast from Romo got NFL viewers on live, national television. Harrison Butker had just kicked a 54-yard field goal seconds before the half to extend their lead to 23-7. Read More Sport StoriesAWOL IN AUSTIN Pat McAfee missing from his own show and replaced by mystery guestsupport cast Gisele sends Tom Brady tweet minutes before season opener 'epic fight' rumors The cameras then showed Chiefs head coach Andy Reid's reaction on the broadcast. And Romo said Reid must be thinking: "Woah...
    Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid shared some words of encouragement this week after several NFL coaches didn’t survive Black Monday, including his former offensive coordinator Matt Nagy.  The Chicago Bears announced that they would be parting ways with Nagy and general manager Ryan Pace just one day after losing to the Minnesota Vikings and finishing the season 6-11, marking the Bears' first losing season since 2017. NFL PLAYOFFS 2021-22: SUPER WILD CARD WEEKEND DATES, TIMES & MORE While calls to "Fire Nagy" have lingered all season, Reid told reporters on Tuesday that the future is bright for coaches like Nagy. Matt Nagy looks on during a game between the Bears and the Minnesota Vikings on Dec. 20, 2021, at Soldier Field in Chicago. (Robin Alam/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) "They’ve had the opportunity to be one out of 32 people in the whole world and that doesn’t happen very often in your life, where you’re that small of a minority there," Reid said, via a video conference. "It’s been an honor to coach against some of these...
    Cheryl Burke Reveals Her and Cody Rigsbys DWTS Fate Amid COVID Recovery 5 budgeting hacks we actually use in our real lives © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad After adding receiver Josh Gordon to the 53-man roster, the Chiefs seem set to play him in Sunday’s game against the Bills. While head coach Andy Reid said earlier this week that he didn’t want to put Gordon in a poor position by putting him  on the field too soon, it seems like Reid is getting more comfortable with the idea of the receiver making his debut. “He’s very smart and has picked things up quickly,” Reid said Wednesday, via ArrowheadPride.com. “He’s had a little bit of the flavor of the offense when he was in Cleveland, so he understands some of the language there.” Gordon’s first head coach when he entered the league back in 2012 was Pat Shurmur, who was on Reid’s staff in Philadelphia from 1999-2008. Beyond that, Reid said Gordon is feeling good from his workouts with the...
    The best and worst fictional teachers 20 smart tips to make your résumé stand out © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Chiefs head coach Andy Reid reached a personal milestone with Sunday’s win over the Eagles. It was the 100th win of Reid’s tenure in Kansas City, which made him the first coach in NFL history to win 100 games with multiple teams. He did it with the Eagles first, so there was extra resonance to getting the victory in Philadelphia. After the game Reid said he’s “glad it took place and it’s over now” before moving on to discuss his team getting a win after losing their last two games. “You guys asked me this last week about, ‘Does it bother you?’ Well, yeah, it bothers everybody,” Reid said at his postgame press conference. “You’re in a profession where winning is very important. So these guys take that personal, they understand that, and they’ve had success and want to get back to doing things they know are correct. And...
    Getty Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid shares his frustration with the referees after a play on September 26, 2021. As the Kansas City Chiefs travel to Philadelphia to face off against the Eagles in Week 4, head coach Andy Reid has a chance to make history against a familiar logo. ‘Big Red’ served as the head coach of the Eagles for 14 NFL seasons, winning 130 regular-season games and 10 postseason affairs. Now he comes into town as the enemy, in search of his 100th win as Chiefs HC. No coach has ever reached this milestone with two different franchises. Of course, there’s more history to this matchup than Reid’s illustrious career in Philly. ALL the latest Chiefs news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Chiefs newsletter here! Join Heavy on Chiefs! Sirianni Tells All on Reid ‘Firing’On October 1, Eagles first-year head coach Nick Sirianni told the media that technically, he first met Reid when he was relieved of his coaching duties in 2013. At the time, Sirianni was the wide receivers coach...
    Ariel, 5, was critically injured in a car wreck with Britt Reid on Thursday The Kansas City Chiefs placed outside linebackers coach Britt Reid, the son of head coach Andy Reid, on administrative leave on Tuesday amid an investigation into a traffic crash that hurt two children and left one with life-threatening injuries. Britt Reid, 35, was involved in a multi-vehicle crash Thursday on the side of a highway entrance ramp near the team's training complex next to Arrowhead Stadium.  Reid has so far not been charged in relation to the crash and police in Missouri say there are unlikely to be any charges forthcoming for at least one month.  'Prosecutors typically would like a completed case file in order to file charges or decline, depending on what the evidence would indicate,' a statement from police read. 'In cases like this that may include toxicology, crash reconstruction, witness statements and a variety of other related pieces. Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid, left, watches from the sideline during the first half of the NFL Super Bowl on...
    Invasive Asian carp is getting a new name and a public makeover to draw more eaters Julian Assange Accuser: ‘I’m Not a CIA Agent, I’m a Sexual Abuse Victim’ Andy Reid and Eric Bieniemy Must Shoulder Blame For Chiefs Terrible Game Plan In the lead-up to Super Bowl LV, there was a lot of talk about why Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy didn't get a head coaching job and whether Chiefs head coach Andy Reid would put himself on a similar level of Bill Belichick and Vince Lombardi if the Chiefs won another Super Bowl. © Provided by The Big Lead Andy Reid and Eric Bieniemy. | David Eulitt/Getty Images After their embarrassing 31-9 beatdown at the hands of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, it's fair to place as much blame on Reid and Bieniemy for their fruitless offensive game plan as we did praise them in the days prior to The Big Game. Beyond not scoring a touchdown in 60 minutes of football, the Chiefs' plan to disrupt the Bucs' tenacious pass rush was flawed...
    Andy Reid he is considered like one of the best head coaches in recent years in the NFL. His tenacity and flexibility to build strong teams in a short time back up the facts. However, in his time with Philadelphia he experienced the most difficult moment of his career: the death of his son. On the morning of August 5, 2012, Andy left home to transfer to practice with the Eagles. On the way he received an unexpected call from the local police. Reid learned of the death of his eldest son Garrett, who was found lifeless in his room at Lehigh University. After the call, Reid notified his coaching staff of the news and left them in command of the practice as he returned home to inform his wife of what had happened. Later the couple moved to the campus, when the police chief arrived he told him that his son died of a heroin overdose. Unfortunately for the head coach, this situation would sooner or later come, because Garrett had battled addictions for eight years. After being in...
    Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs blew a golden opportunity in Super Bowl 55.Despite being the favorites to win Super Bowl 55, the Kansas City Chiefs came out and laid an egg vs. the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, losing a laugher, 31-9. With this Super Bowl victory, Tom Brady has achieved magnificent No. 7 in his illustrious career. While this was a home game for the Buccaneers, they were getting points as the underdog. But if you give Brady and one of his teams an edge, that could be the worst thing to ever happen to you. Tampa Bay played fantastically, but Kansas City could not have looked worse on Sunday. Chiefs made three critical mistakes that cost them Super Bowl 553. Eric Bieniemy and the offense’s inability to address Tampa Bay pass rushThis was the on-going problem throughout. The Chiefs were down their two starting offensive tackles in Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz for the ball game. While there was not a ton they could have done to contain the relentless Tampa Bay pass rush, Reid and offensive coordinator...
    Britt Reid, the son of Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid and the team’s outside linebackers coach, will not make the trip to Super Bowl LV on Saturday after being involved in a car crash that left a child with a serious injury earlier in the week, the team said. The Chiefs said they stood by their statement from Friday night and were still in the process of gathering information about what happened Thursday night when Reid was involved in a multicar crash. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The Chiefs left for Tampa on Saturday -- one day before the Super Bowl because of league-issued coronavirus restrictions. Reid, 35, was under investigation for driving impaired in Kansas City, Mo. after police say he was involved in a multi-car crash near Arrowhead Stadium, FOX4 KC reported. Britt Reid is not making the trip to Tampa (Photo by George Gojkovich/Getty Images) (Getty Images) The station obtained police documents that matched the details of the crash. The documents say that Reid told police he was driving a pickup truck involved in...
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid, the son of head coach Andy Reid, was involved in a multi-vehicle crash late Thursday that injured two young children near the team's training complex adjacent to Arrowhead Stadium.According to Kansas City, Missouri, police, the crash occurred about 9 p.m. on Interstate 435. A vehicle had run out of gas and called for help on the entrance ramp to the highway, and another vehicle parked nearby to assist them. Reid's pickup truck struck the left front of the first car before hitting the rear of the second car.Two children in the second car, ages 5 and 4, were taken to the hospital. Their status was not immediately available.Local television station KSHB reported that Reid told an officer on the scene he had "two or three drinks," according to a search warrant filed just before midnight. Reid then complained of stomach pain and also was taken to the hospital.The team confirmed late Friday that Britt Reid was involved in an accident, and a person familiar with the decision said he...
    Britt Reid, the son of Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid and the team's outside linebackers coach, was involved in a multi-car accident Thursday night that has left a 5-year-old child with life-threatening injuries, according to a team statement and the police report.According to an incident report provided by the Kansas City Missouri Police Department police, a car ran out of gas on an on-ramp to Interstate 435 in Kansas City on Thursday night. After the driver called relatives for help, a second car arrived, also parking on the on-ramp.According to the police report, a third car, which Kansas City television station KSHB says was driven by Britt Reid, then came along and struck first the left front of the disabled vehicle and then slammed into the rear of the second vehicle, where the 5-year-old child was in the backseat along with a 4-year-old child, who also was taken to by ambulance to an area hospital but with non-life threatening injuries.The station said Reid admitted to police he was driving the car, according to a search warrant."The organization has...
    Britt Reid, the son of Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid and the team’s outside linebackers coach, was involved in a car crash Thursday that reportedly resulted in serious injuries. The Chiefs confirmed Friday that Britt Reid was in a crash and said the organization was "in the process of gathering more information" and will have no further comment on the issue. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Reid, 35, was under investigation for driving impaired in Kansas City, Mo., after police say he was involved in a multi-car crash near Arrowhead Stadium, FOX4 KC reported. The station obtained police documents that match the details of the crash. The documents say that Reid told police he was driving a pickup truck involved in the crash and told an officer he had between two and three drinks and was on a prescription for Adderall. The station reported that no names were identified in the police report. Police issued a full sobriety test and received a warrant to draw the man’s blood, according to the station. ESPN reported that Reid...
    OVERNIGHT DEFENSE: Air Force launches probe into Andrews access | Pentagon approves help for FEMA | Navy boot camp instructor dies of COVID-19 NY, NJ governors make joint plea for federal COVID-19 relief, SALT repeal Andy Reid celebrated his first Super Bowl win with the biggest cheeseburger youve ever seen and a night with his trophy wife © Thearon W. Henderson/Getty When Andy Reid won his first Super Bowl in his 20+ year head coaching career, he celebrated in spectacular fashion. Thearon W. Henderson/Getty This time last year, Andy Reid won the first Super Bowl of his career, and he celebrated accordingly. The Chiefs' leading man said he planned to toast the win with "the biggest cheeseburger you've ever seen." During his press conference, Big Red added that instead of spending the night with the Lombardi Trophy, he "spent it with my trophy wife." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Andy Reid hoisted the Lombardi Trophy for the first time in his 20+ year coaching career last year, and the illustrious head coach said he'd celebrate the...
    When Andy Reid won his first Super Bowl in his 20+ year head coaching career, he celebrated in spectacular fashion. Thearon W. Henderson/Getty This time last year, Andy Reid won the first Super Bowl of his career, and he celebrated accordingly. The Chiefs' leading man said he planned to toast the win with "the biggest cheeseburger you've ever seen." During his press conference, Big Red added that instead of spending the night with the Lombardi Trophy, he "spent it with my trophy wife." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Andy Reid hoisted the Lombardi Trophy for the first time in his 20+ year coaching career last year, and the illustrious head coach said he'd celebrate the best way he knows how. By getting "the biggest cheeseburger you've ever seen." Andy Reid gets a Gatorade bath. Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images After his Kansas City Chiefs secured a come-from-behind victory over the San Francisco 49ers to win Super Bowl LIV, Reid and his quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, sat for a postgame interview and discussed their plans for celebrating their...
    FBI agents injured in shooting in Sunrise, Florida Hate groups declined in 2020 from 2018s record high, SPLC reports, but amount of hate has not diminished With NFL focused on the next hot young coach, senior citizens Andy Reid and Bruce Arians thrive Sean McVay’s success in his early 30s famously started a gold rush for the next young, dashing NFL head coach. It seemed like the less experience an assistant had, the more attractive he was. As long as he had some connection to McVay. Experience matters though. Just look at the Super Bowl. On one sideline of Super Bowl will be Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid, who will turn 63 years old on March 19. On the other will be Bruce Arians with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who is 68 and didn’t even get a chance to be a head coach until he was in his 60s. Score one for the old guys. Or, as Reid called it Tuesday, the “Geritol crew.” Andy Reid, Bruce Arians bring experienceYouthful energy and swagger is an...
    Getty Tom Brady Around this time of year, NFL fans are used to comparisons. Pro prospects are often likened to guys who are already in the NFL. However, Fox’s Colin Cowherd had an interesting comp for Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. On Wednesday, Cowherd said, the Patriots with Belichick and Brady were like the pop singing group N’SYNC. OK, that’s funny without any additional layers, but Cowherd took things to another level when he likened Brady to Justin Timberlake (the obvious star, most-talented member, and the most successful after the breakup) and relegated Belichick to Lance Bass (a secondary member who has had a hard time finding any level of success apart from N’SYNC). "Is Bill Belichick Lance Bass in a hoodie?" — @ColinCowherd pic.twitter.com/SjY2WTaNCR — Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) January 27, 2021 Shots have most definitely been fired. Follow the Heavy on Patriots Facebook page for the latest breaking news, rumors, and content!Cowherd’s QuoteAs usual, Cowherd didn’t hold back and didn’t attempt to spare anyone’s feelings in this epic rant that compares pop culture icons to...
    Getty Former Eagles WR Freddie Mitchell makes the epic 4th-and-26 catch in a 2004 divisional playoff game versus Green Bay. The Philadelphia Eagles are always in the news when Andy Reid advances to the Super Bowl, that’s just the nature of the beast. He was the greatest head coach of the group prior to Doug Pederson. Now with a new head coach in place, the franchise looks to capture that magic and win their second Super Bowl title, but it won’t without nostalgia. Former Eagles wide receiver Freddie Mitchell ook to social; media to slam Donovan McNabb the greatest quarterback in Eagles franchise history for not playing nice with others in the proverbial sandbox (he’s not wrong, ask Lenny Dykstra). We seriously should have won 3 Super Bowls smh ????????‍♂️ — Freddie Mitchell (@FMitchell84) January 25, 2021 Draw your own conclusions. He’s not wrong. Mitchell openly complained about the Reid treated him during his tenure in Philly despite the fact he underachieved as a former first-round draft pick (25th overall in 2001).  There was no love lost...
    Protest live updates: DC, nation stay quiet under extraordinary security; New Mexico county commissioner arrested, linked to Capitol riot History-making female athlete invited to Biden inauguration Why Andy Reid and the Chiefs didnt have to change much for Chad Henne When Patrick Mahomes suffered an apparent concussion against the Browns, the football world froze. Arguably the best player in the sport was suddenly sidelined with a trip to the AFC Championship game on the line. © Provided by For The Win Everyone froze except for Andy Reid, Eric Bienemy and the rest of the Chiefs coaching staff. Chad Henne came into the game, the Chiefs adjusted, and were able to keep their foot on the gas en route to a 22-17 victory. Not that Henne, who was making his first playoff appearance in the 13th season of his career, was exceptional. In fact he did his best to tank the game with an awful interception in the end zone that resembled an arm punt, but at the end of the day the Chiefs’ talent and organization on offense was...
    I think this is a wake-up call: Seeing a familiar face in the Capitol riot Police investigating TikTok video that may feature missing Arkansas teenager Jamaal Charles discusses Eric Bieniemy coaching search, Doug Pederson firing, Andy Reid and more Jamaal Charles has played for a number of coaches from his days with the Kansas City Chiefs -- many of which have risen to prominence in the NFL. Doug Pederson and Matt Nagy were the offensive coordinators in Kansas City under Andy Reid when Charles played for the Chiefs, while Eric Bieniemy was the running backs coach for a number of years. To say Charles is familiar with the NFL coaches available for jobs this offseason would be an understatement.  © Provided by CBS Sports Charles was one of the most electric running backs during his NFL career, rushing for 7,564 yards and 44 touchdowns during his 11 seasons in the NFL -- leading the league in yards per carry (2009) and scrimmage touchdowns once (2013). A two-time First Team All-Pro selection, Charles is fifth all-time in yards per carry...
    Sage Rosenfels has a message for why Doug Pederson’s style may not be effective in the long-term. The Philadelphia Eagles are a first-place team at 3-5-1 thanks to playing in the worst division in football. Carson Wentz no longer looks like the player he once was and the offense in general managed 17 points in a loss to the New York Giants last week. Doug Pederson has been openly frustrated and plenty of the blame is going his way. Former NFL quarterback and current analyst Sage Rosenfels spoke with FanSided about why the Eagles are struggling with their coach calling the shots. “The Eagles are going through the same issues I see with Chicago,” Rosenfels said. “Andy Reid knockoff coaches rarely work, because they don’t have the Andy Reid magic or the superb offensive line coaching.”Eagles and Doug Pederson lacks the special touchTo be fair, the Eagles have been decimated by injuries and Wentz is not getting much help at running back or wide receiver. Still, better coaching could help mask some of the problems. Rosenfels brings up an interesting...
    There’s a heavyweight battle of AFC powers in Baltimore on Monday night. One team has won 11 consecutive games dating back to last season, including three postseason contests. The other is riding a 14-game regular-season winning streak. While it sounds somewhat cliché, the defenses will have to step up in this game. In 2018, the Kansas City Chiefs scored 565 points – the third-highest single-season total in NFL history. This past season, the Ravens led the NFL with 531 points. It’s also worth noting that neither of those teams managed to get to the Super Bowl. The Chiefs have turned things around on the defensive side of the ball after struggling the first 10 games of 2019 and Steve Spagnuolo’s unit has been pivotal to Kanas City’s current winning streak. This offseason, the Ravens bolstered their defensive front after that group was pushed around in the playoffs by Derrick Henry and the Titans. Baltimore traded for Calais Campbell and added veteran defensive end Derek Wolfe via free agency. It’s a small sample size but the Ravens have already totaled...
    Lawmaker who brought newborn to work joins other elected women challenging parenthood This Popular Grocery Chain Is Adding Pickup Service to 480 Stores Chiefs head coach Andy Reid wore a face shield on the sidelines of the NFL opener, and instantly became a meme when it started to steam up © Getty/Jamie Squire Andy Reid. Getty/Jamie Squire Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid wore a face shield on the sidelines of his team's first game of the new NFL season, which started amid the coronavirus pandemic Thursday night. Unfortunately for the 62-year-old, rather than being praised for his commitment to public health, social media users decided to turn the Super Bowl-winning coach into a meme. Social media went wild over the mask, especially when it started to steam up in the rainy conditions in Kansas City on the night. "I didn't do very good with that thing," Reid said, according to CBS Sports. "It will be better with that next time. It will be fixed." See a selection of the funniest reactions to Reid's makeshift mask below.  Visit...
    Josh Rosen is a free agent and the Chiefs should be the team to give him his third chance because Andy Reid could turn him into a respectable quarterback. After being a big-time name coming out of UCLA and getting drafted 10th overall by the Arizona Cardinals in the 2018 NFL Draft, Josh Rosen is now 0-for-2 with his two NFL teams. The Cardinals gave up on him after just one year and the Dolphins did the same thing after they were unable to trade him. With Rosen being left hanging once again, it’s clear that he’s not going to land a starting job anywhere in the NFL. That means he’ll be looking at being a backup for someone in the league, and a team that could make a lot of sense is the Kansas City Chiefs. Just think of how beneficial it’d be to have Josh Rosen learn from Andy Reid.No, the Chiefs don’t need a starting quarterback; they have Patrick Mahomes, who is the BEST quarterback in the entire league and he has the Super Bowl ring to prove it....
    Fresh off of his first Super Bowl win, Peter King says Andy Reid feels like he has not changed much, noting that he still loves cheeseburgers. Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid finally captured his elusive first championship in February, topping the San Francisco 49ers 31-20 after a thrilling fourth quarter comeback. With the longtime Eagles and Chiefs coach finally getting a ring after 21 years, fans would not be surprised to see a title change him. However, according to longtime friend and NFL reporter Peter King, Reid does not feel like the Lombardi Trophy has changed his life at all. King asked Reid just how much of an effect his champion status has had on him, with the 62-year-old offensive guru offering a hilarious response. “Well not much, not much. Not much. I still love cheeseburgers,” Reid said, according to King. The Chiefs head coach is already beloved for his innovative schemes, jolly demeanor, and vibrant Hawaiian shirts, but the cheeseburger comment may just belong in the Andy Reid Hall of Fame. With a repeat on his mind...
    Late Night Lately: Coronavirus Conspiracies and the New "Normal" S&P 500 earnings have been as bad as feared, even as the beat rate has improved Andy Reid: Players and coaches support Laurent Duvernay-Tardif’s decision On Friday night, Chiefs offensive lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif became the first player to opt out of the 2020 season. On Saturday afternoon, coach Andy Reid praised the doctor who has opted to avoid doing anything that may contribute to the spread of COVID-19. Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad “I’m a huge Larry Duvernay-Tardif fan,” Reid told reporters. “I also was raised by a doctor. So I understand the dedication that it takes to be a doctor. We’re all blessed to have doctors in our lives. They’re givers, they not takers. They’re givers and they’re healers. So they want the best for you. So Larry has that quality, and you’re seeing it to the utmost here. I just think it’s tremendous dedication to his profession, what his future’s gonna be, and mainly to the people that he gets to help. “So...
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