He spoke to reporters after the Chiefs victory on Sunday night, adding he "hadn't even thought" about the visit.
“I mean, I’ll be there,” Reid said. “I’ll be there. If they’re inviting us, I’ll be there. It’s quite an honor, I think.”
On Sunday, Reid captured his first Super Bowl victory in his 21st season as an NFL head coach, setting an NFL record for most wins  before his first championship. He was the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles from 1999 to 2012, losing to the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl back in 2005.
His first win in the big game was also the first Super Bowl victory for the Chiefs in 50 years.
The team's four-time Pro Bowl wide receiver, Tyreek Hill -- one of the fastest players in the NFL -- also said he would make a trip to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
“That would be great to go to the White House,” Hill said, according to the Kansas City Star. “I’ve never been to D.C., so that would be great.”
The LSU Tigers were the last team to visit the White House and be honored by the commander in chief after they defeated the Clemson Tigers 42-25 to win the college football National Championship back in January.
"Your football program has inspired countless fans across the country," Trump told the team during the visit.
White House visits have become scarce in recent years under Trump, with players from the Patriots and Eagles skipping visits.
The Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers 31-20 led by a comeback performance from quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
Fox News' Tyler Olson contributed to the report