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Rome wasn’t built in a day. Bill Walsh did not build the San Francisco 49ers championship teams in one season. Bill Belichick did not create a juggernaut in New England in his first season in Boston.If any of what you are reading makes sense (sometimes, I wonder myself), then take these three examples as gospel when it comes to the building of the “new” Jacksonville Jaguars franchise. This is not a building process to be taken lightly. And for the fans who wanted the new management of David Caldwell and the new head coach, Gus Bradley, to work magic overnight, they will sadly be disappointed. This team just released 13 veterans and will need to rebuild a secondary, defensive line, offensive line and provide depth at almost every position. No, this is not Bill Parcells in his finest hour, but Caldwell said he had a “blueprint” to follow and as fans, we should allow him to prove to us that it works before we subject him to a long walk off a short plank.When Caldwell announced this tea...
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New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick made an unlikely appearance on Twitter Tuesday night, fielding questions via his girlfriend's account.
Bill Belichick conducted a Q&A session on Twitter (seriously) | masslive.com: Not sure this will...
The Patriots’ head coach isn’t on Twitter just yet, but at least he’s making a honorable attempt.
Bill Belichick usually doesn’t have much to say when it comes to the media, but Tuesday night, fans had the opportunity to tweet questions to Belichick. The coach’s girlfriend, Linda Holliday, took the questions and answered them for Belichick on her account.
All of the questions...
Yes, you read that right. Bill Belichick hopped onto twitter for a brief moment to field questions from Patriots fans. Only he did in under the guise of Linda Holliday - the woman he is dating.
Is twitter the perfect platform for Bill Belichick? A place where short, succinct answers are seen as the norm instead of completely rude? Perhaps it is...
The NFL Network today issued an on-air apology for an incident last night in which someone off-camera could be heard using vulgar language to describe Patriots coach Bill Belichick.
According to the web site ProFootballTalk.com, network anchor Chris Rose opened today's free-agency coverage by reading an apology, while not naming who had used the offending language (it is widely...
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick was asked to choose between Deion Sanders and Jerry Rice during a Twitter Q&A on his girlfriend's account.
Wes Welker Caught 672 Balls For The Patriots Over Six Seasons
The Wes Welker era In New England has officially ended on March 13, 2013. The Patriots let him go to Denver Broncos for a measly 2 year-12 million dollar deal.
But the question every Patriots fan is asking…is why?
It was not because of his regular season production. All Wes Welker did was catch 672 passes over 6 seasons...
Plenty of people are sick of hearing about Bill Belichick and his wondrous Patriots. But Warren Sapp is now the only TV analyst who’s been caught cursing out the amount of coverage Belichick gets on the NFL Network.
Sapp said what many Belichick-loathing fans have been thinking on Tuesday. Sapp, working as an analyst on the NFL Network, was off-screen and — he thought — off...
The easy thing is not always the right thing. That is the hardest part about running a successful NFL franchise. Unless you’re Bill Belichick, that is.
The hoodie and his minions — and/or staff — have always been very much about putting the business first. While some teams add players to try and liven up their fan base or re-sign guys based off emotion and sentimentalism, Belichick...
The New England Patriots reached an agreement Wednesday with former St. Louis Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola, reports NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. The Patriots agreed to a 5-
Excitement isn’t the reaction most Patriots fans had at hearing about the signing of Danny Amendola instead of Wes Welker. But apparently that’s Bill Belichick‘s state of mind.
The Patriots announced Amendola’s signing on Thursday afternoon, including a statement from the head coach, which is an unusual practice for Belichick, to accompany the news.
“We are excited about...
At this point, “Patriot for life” is just about an oxymoron.
While Tom Brady is all but assured that he won’t be run out of Foxboro before he wants to go, few other Patriots can count on being around a second longer than the team considers them useful.
Wes Welker found that out the hard way this week. While Patriots owner Robert Kraft had long said he wanted to make Welker...
I'm as heartbroken as anybody right now. Watching Wes Welker leave for nothing more than an average contract has to make you think that the Patriots have something up their sleeves... RIGHT??
Well according to SI.com, Bill Belichick's master plan will not include free agent CB Nnamdi Asomugha. The teams interested include the 49ers (seriously, where are they getting...
Many football fans are wondering why coach Bill Belichick would let receiver Wes Welker leave the New England Patriots as a free agent, especially when he signed a relatively affordable contract (two years, $12 million) Wednesday with the Denver Broncos.
Welker, coming off five straight Pro Bowl selections and having caught 111 or more passes in five of his six seasons under Belichick...
During a Tuesday segment in which former general manager Scott Pioli discussed how Bill Belichick liked to utilize his draft picks, NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp was overheard whispering a few F-words about the segment. Apparently, Sapp was complaining because the station previously did a similar segment but with Michael Lombardi.
Instead, today, Pioli, a former general manager...