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Facts of Drew Ann Reid

Full NameDrew Ann Reid
First NameDrew
Middle NameAnn
Last NameReid
ProfessionCelebrity Child
Birth CityMissouri
Birth CountryUnited States
Father NameAndy Reid
Father ProfessionFootball Coach
Mother NameTammy Reid
Mother ProfessionSocial Worker
Gender IdentityFemale
Sexual OrientationStraight
Marital StatusMarried
SpouseDevin Woodhouse
No Of Children3
SibilingsGarrett Reid, Britt Reid, Spencer Reid and Crosby Reid
EducationHarriton Senior High School and Brigham Young University
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Date of Birth1992
Married DateFebruary 2013

Drew Ann Reid is well known for being the daughter of American football coach Andy Reid

She is expected to be born in 1992 in Missouri, United States. She completed her undergraduate education at Brigham Young University.

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Parents of Drew Ann

Drew was born to her father, Andy, and mother, Tammy Reid. Her parents have been married to each other since 1981

They met each other at Brigham Young University when Andy was a football player. Tammy is a social worker. 

Siblings of Drew Ann

Drew has four siblings where three are brothers, and one is a sister. The eldest child in her family was Garrett Reid, who was born in 1983 in Utah

He is no longer alive as he died in Pennsylvania on August 5, 2012, after struggling with drug addiction. 

Britt Reid was the second-born child in the Reid family. He is a football coach. 

The youngest son, Spencer Reid, was also a football player who had played for Temple University

Drew’s sister, Crosby Reid, was born on March 17, 1988, and was the first daughter in their family. 

Drew Ann Reid with her brothers
Drew Ann Reid with her brothers. Source: Facebook

She is married to her college sweetheart

Drew exchanged wedding vows with Devin Woodhouse in February 2013. Their big day was held in a church with the attendance of family and close friends. 

Devin originally belonged to Alta Loma, California. He professionally serves as a certified strength and conditioning specialist. 

He worked as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

Drew Ann Reid with her husband Devin Woodhouse
Drew Ann Reid with her husband Devin Woodhouse. Source: Facebook

Her husband has also worked along with her father in Kansas. He is currently associated with the Kansas City Chiefs

So, how did their relationship start? Their relationship started after one of their mutual friends introduced them while they both were in college. 

Drew was attending Brigham Young University, whereas Devin was attending Utah Valley University

They dated for a few months, and Devin popped the question. Drew didn’t waste a second and said yes. They got engaged in September 2012

They are together to date and are going strong. They are blessed with three adorable kids whom they named Blake, Reid, and Brigitte

Drew Ann Reid with her husband Devin Woodhouse on their wedding day.
Drew Ann Reid with her husband Devin Woodhouse on their wedding day. Source: Facebook

About her father, Andy

Andy Walter Reid was born on March 19, 1958, in Los Angeles, California, United States

He is a former football player and current head coach of the National Football League team Kansas City Chiefs

He has served the respective team since 2013. Andy is the only NFL coach who has won 100 games. 

He started coaching in 1982 by being a graduate assistant for the BYU Cougars football team.

Andy on becoming head coach.

Andy shared in an interview with “New Heights” that he wanted to be the best line coach ever. 

In college, a quarterback told him to get out of the box and coached the tight ends, and he started coaching quarterbacks. 

Andy added that coaching the offensive line has helped him a lot as per him if you can coach the offensive line, you can coach anything because it’s an abnormal position. 

Being an NFL coach, Andy said you take yourself to a certain attitude, loving to come in to work and, even if you have a bad day or good day, dealing with the media. 

But besides these, he wishes that people had experience in understanding the relationship between the player and the coach.

Andy on starting from a lower level.

When Andy was asked for advice to become a coach, he said that one of the things that helped him was starting from a lower level at the pro ranks or college ranks, and you work your way up, so you get to see the whole pitcher and you appreciate after you develop your ability to teach because that’s what a coach does. 

He also added you’re not going to be a good head coach without good players and good coaches. 

He said with good players, you can teach as a coach, and normally, the games can be won. 

Andy: Losses stick longer than wins.

During the comparison of win and loss, Andy gave a statement that he thinks losses stick with you longer than the wins, the wins are a beautiful thing, describing that let’s move on and go on for the next one. 

He added that the trick to the comparison was if you can learn from each is, keeping them balanced as on the losses, you don’t get too low by learning from your mistakes, and when you win, don’t get too high. 

Net Worth

The net worth of Drew is under review. Instead, her father, Andy Reid, holds a net worth of $30 million. 

The football head coach earns a salary of $7.5 million per year. 


  1. The age of Drew Ann Reid is expected to be 31 years old. 
Updated On Mon Oct 16 2023 Published On Mon Oct 16 2023 By Smity

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