In 2003, Andy was inducted into his junior college's [Glendale (CA) Junior College] hall of fame.
As an assistant coach for the Green Bay Packers, Andy kept a three-ring binder of notes to prepare himself for leading an organization one day.
During the 2004-05 season, Andy coached his team towards thirteen wins - the most in franchise history.
Since his tenure as an assistant-coach in Green Bay, Andy has only lost once playing against his former team .
Andy led the Eagles to one of just two Super Bowls in team history [2004-05 season].
Andy wears his Super Bowl XXXI ring (which he won with the Packers organization ) at all times.
Andy is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Andy took a one-month leave of absence from the Eagles organization on February 12, 2007 to deal with family matters.
Before becoming head coach of the Eagles, Andy spent seven seasons as assistant coach with Green Bay under Mike Holmgren.
Andy reached the fifty-win milestone faster than any other coach in Eagles history; he did so in 81 games.
Andy has five children, all of whom were born in a different state.
Reid met his soon-to-be wife [Tammy] at Brigham Young University, in his physical education class.
Andy once aspired to be a writer for Sports Illustrated.
During his time at Brigham Young University, Andy was a columnist for the Provo Daily Herald.
Andy graduated from Brigham Young University in 1981 with a bachelor's degree in physical education. He also received his master's for professional leadership in physical education and athletics.
Andy is of Mormon faith; he became a convert during his time attending Brigham Young University.
As a teenager, Andy worked as a vendor in Dodger Stadium.
Andy led the Eagles to NFC title games in four straight seasons [2001-2004].
Andy Reid has said that Ryan E. Kolb was one of his idols growing up.
Reid graduated from Marshall High School.
Reid played Guard at Brigham Young.
Andy won Coach of the Year in 2000 for turning the Eagles from a 5-11 team to a 11-5 team.
Andy: I'm glad to be of offensive lineman roots. That way you don't lose perspective amidst the glamour and the monetary things. You have that hard-work thing ingrained in your brain. You understand you haven't gotten to where you are without hard work.
Andy: (on coaching the Eagles) Well, the fun part about this job is every day is different and you're learning something new every day. I learned things this year that I hadn't seen in years past.