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You read yesterday how PGA tour golfer Ricky Barnes discussed his four rounds at Pebble Beach with Patriots coach Bill Belichick.. It was kinda cool. For fun, I wanted to see if Barnes had some thoughts on Belichick’s swing. Turns out, he did. I’m almost positive I didn’t screw it up when posting this audio clip of his answer. Check it out:
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Few analysts have as unique a view as Greg Cosell, the executive producer of NFL Matchup and an NFL Films producer. He studies every play of every game, and doesn’t seem to care what the common line of thinking is. He simply makes his judgements based on what he sees… which is good.
Yesterday, Cosell had this article posted on his NFL Films blog...
Patriots coach Bill Belichick spent the immediate aftermath of the Super Bowl XLVI loss at Pebble Beach playing in the AT&T Pro-Am, and it sounded therapeutic. Interestingly enough, he did really well, finishing third alongside partner Ricky Barnes.
To learn a little more about the experience from the perspective of Barnes, I spoke with the golfer in between shots on the driving...
The Long Island Association held its annual meeting and luncheon yesterday at the Crest Hollow Country Club. Phil Simms, talking about Patriots head coach Bill Belichick: "He had to coach Lawrence...
Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
In the wake of losing Super Bowl XLVI, Bill Belichick played in the AT&T Pro-Am, and his partner, Ricky Barnes, praised the Patriots coach as a willing learner.
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Patriots (former) Tight Ends Coach Brian Ferentz is leaving the Patriots after 4 years with the team.
He joins his father, Head Coach Kirk Ferentz at Iowa to become their Offensive Line Coach.
With New England, Brian served as TEs coach in 2011, Offensive Assistant Coach in 2010, a Coaching Assistant in ’09 and Scouting Assistant during in 2008.