Bill Belichick Out as Patriots Head Coach

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In what was long rumored, legendary Patriots coach Bill Belichick and the team that he ran have parted ways after 24 years of what many call the greatest run of any head coach with any franchise.

Belichick was with the Patriots for 24 seasons and was 266-121 and won six Super Bowls. Belichick’s Patriots teams went to nine Super Bowls and made the playoffs 18 times. Belichick, 71 who is just is just 15 wins behind all-time winning coach Don Shula, has a total record of 302-165 in the regular season plus he is 31-13 in the playoffs counting his stint with the Cleveland Browns from 1991-1995.

Rumors ate the Belichick still wants to coach and would be a hot commodity for any of the seven (Seattle, Carolina, Atlanta, Los Angeles Chargers, Oakland, Tennessee and Washington) openings.

Yesterday, Belichick’s close friend and former defensive coordinator with the Browns, Nick Saban announced his retirement from Alabama.

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