Bill Belichick 'absolutely' intends to coach the Patriots next season

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Expect Bill Belichick to be on the sidelines for the New England Patriots next season.

The Patriots released a joint statement Friday from Belichick, Brady and Kraft calling such theories about their relationship to be "unsubstantiated, highly exaggerated or flat out inaccurate".

Kraft also said that he wouldn't consider trading Belichick to another team. ". Until Monday at the trade deadline - I believe that was October 30 - the last time I talked to Bill about Jimmy's situation was in a group with Bill, [club president] Jonathan [Kraft], [director of player personnel] Nick Caserio. a small group of us, I think in June". Nothing has happened since then.

The ESPN story highlighted purported disputes concerning Brady's personal body coach, Alex Guerrero, in player-medical affairs. The story implied Brady has taken issue with a lack of praise from Belichick this season. "That's where my total focus is". They won their first Super Bowl in the 2001 season.

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Special teams captain Matt Slater, now in his 10th season with the Patriots, said Belichick's leadership sets the tone when possible distractions creep up.

As we know, 49ers general manager swung a deal with Bill Belichick to land Garoppolo for a second-round pick. "Being able to live in the moment, and just take things day by day". Belichick didn't directly answer a question about his interest in coaching the Giants.

"Right now my interest is to do the best I can for our football team to get ready for Saturday night against Tennessee", Belichick said. "I can't speak for him, but I think he would say the same thing".