News roundup: Belichick, Brady & more!

Here are some of the latest headlines in the world of the Patriots.

Belichick’s hilarious interaction with a reporter:

Bill Belichick is known for his shrewd responses to the media, and yesterday was no exception. During a session with reporters, Belichick was asked about ex-Patriot Malcolm Butler’s controversial benching during the Patriots’ loss in Super Bowl LII. In typical Belichick fashion, he mentioned that he didn’t want to talk about the past, but the reporter continued to ask questions about the topic. Watch their hilarious exchange below!

Jimmy G’s comments on TB12 cause a stir:

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(Photo by Winslow Townson/AP)

Sports Illustrated recently had a piece on Jimmy Garoppolo, which focused on his move from New England to San Francisco. One part of the article that stood out to most readers was when Garoppolo mentioned that he had to believe that he was better than Brady for him to remain competitive. Most people appeared to take his statements out of context, leading to numerous articles with the headline, “Jimmy G thinks he’s better than Brady”. 

The article also revealed that during the 49ers’ 5 game winning streak to end their season, Bill Belichick texted Garoppolo following each game.

Brady’s beach bod leads to body shaming:

TB12 recently hit the beach with his family, and photographers snapped pictures showing Brady’s beach body, which led many people on Twitter to body shame the 5 time Super Bowl champion. To the people trying to roast Brady’s offseason body, the man without ‘rock solid abs’ has utterly dominated the rest of the NFL for almost two decades and shows no signs of slowing down!

Dola continues to talk about Belichick:

Ex-Patriot receiver Danny Amendola recently made the headlines for another comment about Bill Belichick. Amendola compared Adam Gase (his current coach in Miami) and Belichick, mentioning that Gase was ‘one of the guys’, while Belichick was more like a principal. It appears as if Amendola did not have the best of relationships with Belichick during his stint in New England.


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