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Andy Reid draws from California roots, and now brings his masterpiece of a Chiefs offense to face the Rams in L.A.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Every so often, the artist comes out in Andy Reid.

It has nothing to do with coaching, instead those times when he puts pen to paper and allows his mind to wander.

"One time when we were talking on the phone, and he was telling me how much he remembered about when we were growing up," said his brother, Reg, nine years older than Andy. "While we were talking, he sketched a picture of me, then emailed it. It's just a sketch of my head, but it's pretty realistic."

Fans of the Kansas City Chiefs have a deep appreciation for Reid's creativity. He draws up the offense

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