Paul Pierce has been a part of the Boston Celtics for longer than any two of his teammates combined. He's been a part of the city's core for longer than Tom Brady or Bill Belichick. Pierce has been wearing a green jersey for more years...Show More Summary
In 2007 Jason Garrett took over as offensive coordinator for the Dallas Cowboys and caught the NFL by surprise, finishing second in scoring. Only the great Bill Belichick managed to score more points than Garrett that year. As a result, Garrett was hailed as a boy genius and received offers for head coaching gigs. Show More Summary
Kyle Love was recently diagnosed with Diabetes, which is astounding considering how healthy he is. Anyway, Mr Love was released two weeks later due to “non-football injury”. Yeah, they can try [...] The post Bill Belichick hates your minor health concerns appeared first on Kissing Suzy Kolber.
It's been 11 days and counting since the Jets cut ties with Tim Tebow and 13 months since they traded for him. Much of the conversation in the past week and a half has been about which teams -- if any -- would be interested in the former Heisman Trophy winner.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano and six members of his coaching staff will reportedly be visiting with Bill Belichick and the Patriots coaching staff in Foxboro next week.
If Tim Tebow negatively influences an NFL locker room, he’s not the problem. Tebow the quarterback has his critics. Michael Silver of by Deals Plugin Extension" href="#">Yahoo! Sports reported that Bill Belichick “hates” Tebow as a player. Show More Summary
The championship window for the New England Patriots will not be open forever. Both quarterback Tom Brady and head coach Bill Belichick are entering the tail ends of their respective careers -- meaning that the time for this Hall ofShow More Summary
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick apparently really dislikes Tim Tebow as a quarterback. According to Yahoo! Sports columnist Michael Silver, an organization source said Belichick "hates" Tebow as a player. While some felt...Show More Summary
Bill Belichick made a brilliant decision when he selected Rob Gronkowski in the second round of the 2010 draft, and the New England Patriots head coach is once again exhibiting his football genius by structuring his team to win without the former University of Arizona tight end. Show More Summary
Mike Florio runs down the hottest news in the NFL starting with Ronde Barber’s retirement after 16 seasons in the NFL. Florio also talks about Bill Belichick’s comments about loving Tim Tebow the person, but not Tebow the player, and how Geno Smith would be the perfect fit with Jay-Z’s sports agency.
If there is one person in the NFL whose word is taken as gospel, it is New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick. If reports are true regarding his dislike for free-agent quarterback Tim Tebow, then it could be even tougher for Tebow to find an NFL job than initially thought. Show More Summary
It widely has been assumed that, if/when Tim Tebow abandons his insistence on playing quarterback in the NFL, the Patriots and coach Bill Belichick would welcome him into the stable of versatile offensive weapons who are capable of lining up in multiple spots, allowing Tom Brady to spark up the no-huddle offense whenever he please.…
When it comes to the NFL draft, Bill Belichick often uses the buzzword "value" to explain his picks. With his recent history of targeting prospects from specific programs, it's clear that the opinions of people he trusts—be it players or coaches within his circle—factor into his concept of value. Show More Summary
Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots have been at the pinnacle of the NFL ever since their three-Super Bowl dynasty last decade, but the team is headed for a fall, and the blame rests on Belichick's shoulders. It's necessary to preface this piece with the fact that I have the utmost respect for Belichick as a head coach and talent evaluator. Show More Summary
The Buccaneers were eager to get rid of running back LeGarrette Blount this offseason, and they finally found a taker during the third day of the NFL draft, when Patriots coach Bill Belichick agreed to give up a seventh-round draft pick and sprinter-turned-running back-turned-sprinter Jeff Demps. Giving up anything for Blount might seem like a…
Patriots coach Bill Belichick had a lot of reasons for taking former Marshall wide receiver Aaron Dobson in the second round of the draft. But one reason may come as a surprise: Belichick likes Dobson because Dobson was a good basketball player. “I would say that, just based on my experience as a coach through…
Bill Belichick and Greg Schiano are old pals. But they’re taking that relationship to the next level, even beyond Belichick’s compulsion for drafting Schiano’s old Rutgers recruits. According to Don Banks of SI.com, the two will bring parts of their coaching staffs together next week at the Patriots facility to discuss coaching topics. The fact…
After the New England Patriots completed their 2013 draft, Bill Belichick trudged on up to the podium at Gillette Stadium, begrudgingly submitting himself to questions surrounding Jamie Collins, Aaron Dobson, the trio of former Rutgers defenders and the rest of this year’s rookie class. Show More Summary
The New England Patriots wrapped up their 2013 NFL draft haul on Saturday, and the grades from the pundits have been pouring in since then. As usual, most are unimpressed, but it's Bill Belichick, so they can't exactly fail him. The Patriots always draft like this, and they continue to win. Show More Summary
What does it take to succeed as a wide receiver under Bill Belichick? I’ll admit it—I don’t know. Problem is: I don’t think Bill knows either. Those are pretty strong words when you consider that we are talking about one of the greatest NFL coaches ever—a football mastermind who just happens to own three Super Bowl rings. Show More Summary