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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 veryÂ similar to what they did last year when they signedÂ Josh McDaniels as an assistant after he was let go by the Rams.
Daboll spent time as theÂ Patriotsâ€™Â WRs coach for severalÂ years. Heâ€™s worked as an offensive coordinator for the Browns, Dolphins and Chiefs in recent years. Itâ€™s hard to say what his specific role orÂ contributionsÂ will be, but at least he caught on with a good team, which never really hurts.
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