Spencer Reid is ready to make his mark as an assistant strength and conditioning coach for Colorado State's football program.

Prior to coming to the Rams, Reid was a strength and conditioning intern for his dad's team, the Kansas City Chiefs. Spencer was just 12 years old when his dad made it to the Superbowl as the coach of the Philadelphia Eagles.

He grew up around the game and played for two years as a running back at Temple before leaving to serve a two-year mission for the Mormon Church. After his mission, Spencer went to the University of Utah to complete his degree in kinesiology. 

After that, he joined the Chiefs as an intern and is now in Fort Collins under new Rams head coach Steve Addazio.

The more i hear about this "new" Rams team, the more I am excited to watch them play this season!

Source: The Coloradoan