Chiefs spend nine hours with Reid

One report says KC might be the favorite over Arizona now. Terry McCormick

Print This January 03, 2013, 10:06 AM EST

Andy Reid spent nine hours with officials from the Kansas City Chiefs on Wednesday, as he made his first stop in the interview process since being fired Monday by the Philadelphia Eagles.

According to the Kansas City Star, Reid's meeting with the Chiefs went well, and ESPN's Chris Mortensen said on the Mike and Mike In the Morning Show that Kansas City might have surpassed Arizona as Reid's top choice.

The Cardinals, according to multiple reports, had been the clear frontrunners to land Reid.

Wednesday's visit with the Chiefs could have changed that or it could simply be a bargaining chip for Reid to use against the Cardinals in negotiations.

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