I believe Belichick sees small signs of decline in Brady but trusts that he can play at a high level for another season or two. There is so much contradiction with this story that it's hard to decipher the truth. "We've had a great season so far and hopefully we can write a great chapter, a great ending to this season by going out and playing great in the playoffs". The source has not spoken to Belichick since the Wickersham story came out, but he is very familiar with Belichick according to Myers.
"Belichick believed that Garoppolo would excel under Shanahan, and when he and Shanahan connected on the phone, Belichick offered the quarterback for a second-rounder", according to the story. "To think anything different than that is complete nonsense", Brady said. But Kraft put the kibosh on the idea over the weekend and Belichick did the same in a conference call on Monday. The next time I spoke with Bill about it was the Monday before the trade deadline.
"My relationships with everybody that I deal with are so positive". He said he worked on this story for two months. Kraft also said that he wouldn't consider trading Belichick to another team.
Kraft, Belichick and Brady have been together since the 2000, when Belichick was in his first season with the team and Brady was a sixth-round draft pick. Kraft can't fire Belichick. "I just couldn't see him leaving". Let's face it, there are real concerns about Tom Brady being able to play at his level without Belichick. Geoff Burke - USA TODAY Sports. It makes sense because he can build teams, NY is rebuilding and the city is getting impatient. Friction with owner Robert Kraft has led to a belief that 2017 may be the final season the "Hoodie" has on the New England Patriots sideline.
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"You know Belichick, from Day One of this offseason, with no days off, he wants that number six". Garoppolo went on to go 5-0 as a starter in San Francisco. Necessary if the Patriots are sold on Brady as their quarterback for the future. If that means a five year, $100 million contract, then so be it. If Guerrero's methods allow Brady to play past the age any other National Football League quarterback would even dream of playing, they'll be fine. The appreciative ones already were in his corner, of course, but if you turned on sports radio for any length of times in recent weeks, you'd inevitably hear some caterwauler or another lament letting Garoppolo go, with some suggesting the Patriots traded the wrong player. The Patriots simply couldn't afford to sacrifice talent at all positions in order to keep Garoppolo as a backup.
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