Robert Kraft “absolutely” expects Bill Belichick to continue coaching Patriots
Bill Belichick as head coach of the New York Giants. It’s a pleasant dream, although most likely a far-fetched fantasy. The flames had been fanned on Friday first by an ESPN report that described discord betwwen Belichick, Kraft and Tom Brady, then by a Daily News story saying Belichick “sees a gap” to coach the Giants.
Patriots proprietor Robert Kraft on Saturday short-circuited these wildly-spreading Internet fantasies, telling SI’s Peter King he “absolutely” anticipated Belichick to continue coaching New England in 2018.
Kraft stated there was no friction concerning the commerce of ex-New England QB Jimmy Garoppolo and known as a reported half-day assembly with Belichick on the subject “a total fabrication and fiction.”
Per King, Kraft additionally stated he wouldn’t take into account buying and selling Belichick to the Giants or anybody else.
“When you’re lucky enough to have someone exceptional, you let them do their job and you get out of the way.”
Dream on in the event you should, Giants followers. The actuality, although, is it’s way more doubtless somebody like Pat Shurmur or Steve Wilks finally ends up as the following coach of the Giants.