Bill Belichick has the image of a mostly no-nonsense coach, which has helped him win six Super Bowls as a head coach and eight overall. Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

Bill Belichick and Happy Gilmore will have something in common before very long.

Belichick apparently is becoming a spokesperson for Subway. He recently was spotted in Branford, Conn. filming a commercial for the sandwich chain.

According to the New Haven Register, the New England Patriots head coach drew a sizable crowd while filming the commercial, no surprise.

Belichick has the image of a mostly no-nonsense coach, which has helped him win six Super Bowls as a head coach and eight overall. That image has led to some criticism from opponents. That’s why seeing Belichick possibly loosened up in a commercial would truly be something. Maybe without Tom Brady around, he feels like he’s ready to take up the spotlight.

This article first appeared on Larry Brown Sports and was syndicated with permission.



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