The confetti had hardly finished falling on the Kansas City Chiefs' second consecutive Super Bowl title when safety Justin Reid started looking ahead.

When the Chiefs won after the 2022 season, Reid said the experience before and after his first Super Bowl was so surreal that it took a few days for everything to sink in. After Kansas City’s 25-22 win in overtime against the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII three months ago in Las Vegas, however, he was already looking forward to doing it again.

“Once we won again, the feeling set in a little bit quicker that we did this again and we're not slowing down,” Reid told The Japan Times during a recent visit to Japan, where he spent time making a few appearances, coached young players in Kyoto on the fundamentals of the game and explored museums, among other activities. “We're going to keep going.”