Brett Veach says he talks to them every day, and doesn’t get the feeling retirement is on their minds

Chiefs GM Brett Veach added his two cents on the retirement rumors that are surrounding head coach Andy Reid, and even star tight end Travis Kelce in some circles.

Veach is entirely focused on winning his third Super Bowl with the Chiefs, as is everyone else in the building. But at 65 years old, some believe a victory for Reid could lead to him walking off into the sunset.

For Kelce, in his 11th NFL season, the same sentiment with a Super Bowl victory could mean hanging up his pads.

But Veach isn’t one who believes the speculation has any foundation.

“That is not something that I’ve heard directly,” he told Audacy’s 610 Sports Radio’s “Fescoe in the Morning.” “I don’t buy one bit of that, for what it’s worth. Maybe I don’t know anything, but I would be shocked more than anybody – and I talk to coach every day.”

Reid was also asked at Super Bowl Media Day about a potential retirement, and he hinted that the headset won’t be put down after Sunday.

“My mom and dad told me this when they were working,” Reid explained. “They said, ‘You’ll know when it’s time,’ and I’m ready to go right now. Let’s go.

“That’s what they would tell me when I was young. I was an inquisitive kid and so that’s the way I look [at it]. Somewhere you’re going to know when it’s time. Today’s not the day.”

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