War Room: The Legacy of Bill Belichick and the Art of Building the Perfect Team
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War Room: The Legacy of Bill Belichick and the Art of Building the Perfect Team – Bill Belichick is one of the titans of today’s game of football. Now, sports commentator and bestselling author Michael Holley follows three NFL teams—the New England Patriots, Kansas City Chiefs, and Atlanta Falcons—from training camp 2010 through the Super Bowl and into the...Read Full Story
Bill Belichick sees the future of NFL defense and it’s not about size anymore.
At one time the philosophy was to be bigger and stronger, run through blocks not around them.
All that is changing with the Patriots as their personnel, especially on the defensive line is getting smaller and faster. Belichick realizes that read and react is quickly becoming a thing of the past, and speed is the name of the game now.
Chandler Jones is a prime example, tall and athletic (6’5, 260) is the new...Read Full Story
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick delivered the keynote address to kick off a three-day sports medicine seminar at the Sheraton Boston co-chaired by Patriots head team physician Dr. Tom Gill and Eagles team physician Dr. Gary Dorshimer, reports Ron Borges of the Boston Herald.
His thoughts on building a champion: “People say all the time there’s no ‘I’ in team,’’ Belichick said.
“That’s true. But there’s an ‘I’ in win. Within a team, strong individual performance determines whether or...Read Full Story
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick enjoys this time of year, it’s one of the best times to teach the new kids coming in, and that means training camp is right around the corner.
The June minicamp main purpose is to evaluate how much information has been absorbed from the offseason training activities, or in the case of the new draft class, how much have they learned…period.
However, Belichick said that this year’s group is an ‘eager’ one, and that getting their attention is an easy...Read Full Story
BB: It’s been kind of a long day here. It started off with Josh [Boyce] in the fourth round. Josh had a good career at TCU. Really top kid, strong, tough, fast. He’s had good production down there. We had him as a receiver there at the top of the round then we had quite a bit of time on our hands. During that time, we ended up working out the deal with Tampa for LeGarrette [Blount] and we’re excited to have him here. I think he’s a good football player. He’s had a lot of production. I think...Read Full Story