BOSTON (CBS) — When it comes to offseason work and draft preparation, it would generally be considered less-than-ideal for a football team to lose its defensive coordinator in March. But Bill Belichick doesn’t appear to be very worried.
The Patriots’ head coach spoke to the media on Wednesday morning, tackling questions about this month’s NFL draft. In the middle of that meeting, though, Belichick was asked how losing Greg Schiano before he had even formally been named the team’s defensive coordinator would impact the team during an important part of the offseason. Belichick downplayed the significance.
“Yeah I mean, we’re not talking about an unprecedented event here,” Belichick replied. “We’ve dealt with changes before, and we’ll continue to deal with them.”
Belichick had made it clear at the start of his press conference…
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