Over the weekend, the NFL convened their annual owners meeting to discuss new rules, marketing schemes and other ways to take over the world. But the owners are not the only people to make their way to Arizona, as agents, GMs and even coaches come for official business.

Well, one of the yearly traditions is a portrait of all 32 head coaches. And, by far, the best thing about this picture has to be Kansas City Chief’s head coach Andy Reid.

Everyone else is reasonably dressed with a few coaches — Vikings’ Mike ZimmerBill Belichick and Texans’ Bill O’Brien — rocking jeans and even the Ravens’ Harbaugh wearing shorts with sneakers. But no one looks like Andy Reid, who cannot care less about the situation. He looks like the grumpy old guy on the block that would yell at neighborhood kids when they passed his house. And the Hawaiian shirt just puts the icing on the cake.

Reid enters into his 17th year of coaching, with 2015 being his third year in Kansas City. In his 16 years as a head coach, he has a record of 150-105-1 with one trip to the Super Bowl in 2004.

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