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No Guts, No Glory:
Michael Irvin spent some time at New England Patriots where he not only got a glimpse of this year’s Patriots squad, but he also got the chance to tell head coach Bill Belichick how much he admires him. But Irvin didn’t stop there, oh no. Irvin proceeded to take things to the next level by telling Belichick that he believes that his name should be on the Lombardi trophy.
How do we know this? Well because Michael Irvin feels so strong about this that he had to tell the Boston Herald all about what he told Belichick.
“I think the world of Belichick,” Irvin told the Herald recently. “I told him this, ‘Man, if it was up to me, that (Super Bowl) trophy would be called the Lombardi/Belichick.’ I don’t care what they think. It would be called the Lombardi/Belichick. That’s how good he is to do what he’s doing in this day and age, what the league is now.
“I would call it the Lombardi/Belichick.”
Sounds like Michael Irvin is smitten. Or he wants a coaching job down the road.
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