|Date of birth||February 24, 1973|
|Place of birth||Georgetown, South Carolina|
|Height||6 ft 0 in (183 cm)|
|Weight||170 lb (77 kg)|
|2016–present||Montreal Alouettes (GM)|
|2001||Toronto Argonauts (DBC/STC)|
|2002–2003||Ottawa Renegades (DBC)|
|2004–2006||Hamilton Tiger-Cats (DC)|
|2007||Toronto Argonauts (Defensive assistant)|
|2008||Toronto Argonauts (DC)|
|2009||Saskatchewan Roughriders (RBC)|
|2009||Saskatchewan Roughriders (STC)|
|2010||Winnipeg Blue Bombers (DC)|
|2011–2012||Edmonton Eskimos (HC)|
|2012||Edmonton Eskimos (HC/OC)|
|2013||Edmonton Eskimos (HC)|
|2015–2016||Montreal Alouettes (STC)|
|Career highlights and awards|
|CFL West All-Star||1997|
Kavis Reed (born February 24, 1973) is the general manager of the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League. He also served three years as the head coach of the Edmonton Eskimos leading them to one West Final game. He played professionally as a defensive back for the Eskimos from 1995 to 1999.
Reed played for the Edmonton Eskimos from 1995 to 1999. He was named a CFL All-Star in 1997 and played in his first and only Grey Cup which was a loss to the Toronto Argonauts. In the following off-season, he signed with the Kansas City Chiefs in February of 1998, but after his release, he re-joined the Eskimos in August of 1998. He suffered a career-ending neck injury in 1999 and retired soon after. He finished his professional playing career with 205 tackles, 20 interceptions, and five interceptions in 67 games played.
After 10 years as an assistant coach in the CFL, Reed was hired as head coach for the Edmonton Eskimos, being named the 19th head coach in Eskimos history on December 10, 2010 after signing a three-year contract. He was released from his contract on November 4, 2013, after a 4-14 season.
CFL coaching record
|Team||Year||Regular Season||Post Season|
|EDM||2011||11||7||0||.611||2nd in West Division||1||1||Lost West Final|
|EDM||2012||7||11||0||.388||4th in West Division||0||1||Lost East Semi-Final|
|EDM||2013||4||14||0||.222||4th in West Division||-||-||Failed to Qualify|
|1||2||0 Grey Cups|
Reed lives in Edmonton during the off-season with his wife Darlene and their two children, Tyra and Tarik. Other immediate family members include: mother Mary Dean Reed and sisters Dionnia, Ashley, and Sasha Reed all of South Carolina.
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