REPORT: Bill Belichick ‘Sees Opening’ To Coach The NY Giants Amid Beef With Tom Brady, Robert Kraft
If any part of the damning evidence ESPN released is true, then the dynasty that is the New England Patriots is going to implode in grand fashion and an empire will fold right before our eyes.
On the heels of a powerful piece released on Friday about the power struggle and rift between Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, more info has been released that suggests Belichick might see his way out of town. And he’s reportedly eyeing the New York Giants as his next landing spot.
“NOBODY IS BUDGING now. Kraft, Brady and Belichick were supposed to meet in late December to clear the air, but that never happened. It probably won’t until after the season. Those interviewed describe a lingering sadness around the team, as if coaches and staff know that the end might be near. Both McDaniels and defensive coordinator Matt Patricia are expected to become head coaches; other assistant coaches might leave to join their staffs or for college jobs, or even retire. The imminent exodus raises the question going forward: Is it possible that Belichick would rather walk away than try to rebuild the staff with a 41-year-old Brady and another year of Guerrero drama — all while trying to develop a new quarterback?”
Via NY Daily News
“I’m sure Bill knows this is his last chance to be the Giants coach,” a source close to Belichick said Friday. “Bill sees an opening — an opening to get to the Giants.”
The source has not spoken to Belichick since the story came out, but is very familiar with The Hoodie’s desire to coach the Giants.
The source also said he’s not certain if the reported friction and tension in New England will prompt Belichick to force his way out, but if he does, he said he is certain, “The Giants are the only place he wants to be.”
Back in the 80’s and 90’s, Belichick served as an assistant with the Giants for the better part of twelve years. He helped the franchise capture two Super Bowl championships during his time there.