Brett Reed, who served as assistant coach for the team-back players and is the son of coach Andy Reed, is no longer with the organization after being involved in a multi-vehicle collision that injured two children on February 4, according to reports. Reed, who admitted to drinking some drinks when questioned by police, was not arrested in the accident. He did not travel with the team to Tampa, Florida, for Super Bowl 55. Clarifications about Brett Reed, according to the league source: He’s been on vacation with the president during his contract, which has since expired and is no longer an employee of the club. – Adam Shifter (@AdamSchefter) February 11, 2021 Reid has not been charged with a crime, as the multi-vehicle crash, which occurred Thursday night before the Super Bowl 55, injured two children. A 5-year-old girl was left in critical condition with a brain injury. The other, 4-year-old, sustained injuries not considered life threatening. Reid collided with a parked car while leaving the President’s Team facility, according to police. There are questions surrounding when Reed started drinking; Had he been drinking at the Chefs facility, it would have been in violation of the league’s alcohol policy. Reed was arrested on a DUI charge in 2007 as a result of a road rage accident.