Andy Reid Says He's 'Glad' Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift Found Each Other: 'That's a Good Thing'

The Kansas City Chiefs head coach spoke about the budding romance between the singer and his star tight end

<p>Don Juan Moore/Getty, David Eulitt/Getty (2)</p> Head Coach Andy Reid, Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce

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Head Coach Andy Reid, Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce

Andy Reid continues to be supportive of Travis Kelce's relationship with Taylor Swift!

As the new couple's romance grows stronger, the Kansas City Chiefs head coach talked about his tight end and the pop superstar during an interview with Kansas City-based reporter Tod Palmer.

Palmer asked Reid, 65, if the media frenzy surrounding Swift, 33, and Kelce, 34, has meant an onslaught of requests for autographs and tickets from the "Karma" singer.

"Nobody's really mentioned much on that," Reid replied.

The NFL coach, who has won three Super Bowls, went on to say, “I’m just glad he’s found somebody he likes and she’s found somebody she likes. That’s a good thing.”

Reid has been vocal about his support of Kelce's new relationship since the rise in attention on his NFL team.

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After the Chiefs’ 31-17 win over the Los Angeles Chargers in October, Reid praised his tight end’s performance on the field, jokingly crediting the singer for being a positive influence.

“Kelce is getting better with time,” Reid said during a press conference shared on social media. “Taylor can stay around all she wants.”

<p>Tim Nwachukwu/Getty</p> Travis Kelce #87 of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrates after defeating the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field on October 03, 2021 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

A week earlier, Reid, who used to coach the Philadelphia Eagles, Swift's childhood team, talked about knowing her dad.

"I knew her from Philadelphia; her dad was a big NFL fan, so I had met her when she was real young, and her dad," Reid explained before sarcastically taking credit for orchestrating the romance between Swift and Kelce. "I joked about setting Kelce up, and, you know, I'm just saying!" Reid said, laughing with the show's host.

Reid added, "She's a good girl, she's into it, we're glad she's here."

Swift and Kelce set the internet ablaze on Saturday when the two shared a very public kiss after the second night of her Eras Tour leg in Argentina.

Following her show at Buenos Aires’ Estadio River Plate in Argentina on Saturday — which Kelce flew down for during his bye week — Swift ran into the NFL star's arms and the couple kissed as they headed backstage.

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Travis Kelce, Taylor swift

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Earlier in the evening, during the concert, Swift changed the lyrics to her song “Karma” to reference Kelce, singing, “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs coming straight home to me.”

This show of affection comes after they were spotted having dinner together in the Argentine capital on Friday night, following Kelce's arrival in the South American country earlier the same day.

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During their date night in a private room at Elena restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires — after Swift's Friday night show was postponed until Sunday due to bad weather — the pair was joined by Swift's father, Scott Kingsley Swift, who then watched from the VIP tent with Kelce at Saturday's concert.

A source revealed to PEOPLE that the NFL star was "beaming" during the evening, and that he and the singer "looked so cute on their low-key date night."

"They also left holding hands … and the crowd in the restaurant briefly cheered as they walked out," the insider added.

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