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Right around the time when Bill O’Brien was announced as the next head coach at Penn State last January, Josh McDaniels not so coincidentally made his return to the Patriots’ coaching staff. Might they be dealing with déjà vu, just one year later?
Bill Belichick announced the return of former Patriots assistant coach Brian Daboll (2000-2006) to the coaching staff, during his weekly conference call on Monday, even drawing similarities to McDaniels’ return last year.
“I’ll just put it out there now that we’re in the process of bringing Brian Daboll back onto our staff,” Belichick said of the move on Monday. “As soon as we get that worked out, he’ll be part of our coaching staff going forward; similar to what Josh (McDaniels) did last year but without any specific responsibility at this time.”
Daboll, who served as offensive coordinator in Kansas City (2012), Miami (2011) and Cleveland (2009-2010) over the past few season, will be joining the Patriots as an offensive consultant — similar
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Patriots head coach Bill Belichick announced on Monday that they will be adding former Chiefs OC Brian Daboll to their coaching staff.
This is very similar to what they did last year when they signed Josh McDaniels as an assistant after he was let go by the Rams.
Daboll spent time as the Patriots’ WRs coach for several years. He’s worked as an offensive coordinator for the...
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The Kansas City Chiefs’ house cleaning might be the Patriots’ gain.
With offensive coordinator Brian Daboll having been fired in K.C., the former Patriots defensive assistant and wide receivers coach is returning to New England, according to ESPN. Head coach Bill Belichick said that, for now, Daboll will help the team similarly to Josh McDaniels role last postseason, possibly...
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Brendon Ayanbadejo took to Twitter on Sunday to take some potshots at the Patriots during New England's playoff victory over the Houston Texans.
When asked today by the media for an injury update on Patriots' DE Chandler Jones' ankle, Bill Belichick gave a very vague statement that unfortunately didn't say much on Jones' status.
From ESPN Boston:
"We do the same thing with every player. Any players that are in for
treatment yesterday and today, well everybody was in yesterday, but the
guys who got...
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I'm not one for adorning my body with tattoos for the sports teams I love but hey, that's what works for some people. However, one New England Patriots fan might want to reconsider his decision to feature this tattoo of Pat the Patriot on his body canvas.
There's bad tattoos and then there are BAD tattoos, this one is HORRENDOUS. First off, it looks like Pat...
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