33rd Team to do an Interview with Belichick

trs

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Sorry if this has been discussed, as I don't frequent this forum much, but it seems like a relatively recent announcement: https://www.the33rdteam.com/category/analysis/coming-soon-the-33rd-team-gets-to-know-bill-belichick/

33rd Team is doing a multi-part interview with Belichick. The linked announcement says it will start next week. The little video blurb is great. From the announcement:

In a 33rd Team Exclusive: Belichick opened up with previous Jets colleague and eventual rival in the AFC East — former NFL Executive Mike Tannenbaum — about coaching philosophies, the Patriot Way, the greatest players he’s ever coached, getting (and keeping) a job in the NFL, how football has evolved over the years, and discusses some of the decisions that were made during the Patriots’ 2023 offseason.
This should be amazing.
 

moondog80

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I thought this meant an expansion team was interviewing him for their HC position. Thanks for the heart attack ;)
 

trs

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I thought this meant an expansion team was interviewing him for their HC position. Thanks for the heart attack ;)
Hah! I literally clicked back on the forum and saw the very post I just made and thought the same thing.

I'll keep the clickbait ;)
 

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I'm honestly surprised that Belichick would intentionally be in the same room as Tannenbaum. Man has mellowed. I'd want to punch the guy.
 

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I thought this was going to be something like how Tom Brady has beaten all 32 NFL teams. Like, Belichick has been around for so long that the local media from 33 different NFL teams have had a chance to interview him.

Speaking of BB having been around for a while, the oldest head coach in NFL history will surprise you.

it's not Marv Levy or George Halas or Pete Carroll. Guess again.

OK, fine, it's Romeo Crennel. Article.