Bill Belichick Uses 1 Word To Describe His Big Free Agency

How would you describe the moves head coach Bill Belichick made in free agency? The New England Patriots head coach made a big splash in the first days of the legal tampering period. He convinced a lot of players to join his team and it was a job well done for the legendary head coach. So, the Patriots were the most active NFL team this offseason. Other teams can’t even match their competitiveness.

Belichick is coming off a disappointing season. 2020 taught everyone a lesson, and we all saw what happened in the last few days. Belichick made several big moves and brought some of his former players back to New England. Kyle Van Noy re-signed with the Patriots after one season with the Miami Dolphins. It’s good to be back, right?

Guess who is also back… Cam Newton. Belichick offered him a one-year deal, and his signing was the beginning of the offseason for coach B.

Bill Belichick did a wonderful job in free agency

The Patriots signed tight ends Hunter Henry and Jonnu Smith, linebacker Matt Judon, and a few other great players. We did count them all. The Patriots have 12 new players on the current roster.

How would Belichick describe his free agency? Excited.

The Patriots head coach is super excited about the new additions to his roster.

“We are excited about the additions to our roster so far this year,” Belichick said in a statement. “Whether by trade, free agency or re-signings, the group brings a good mix of offense, defense and special teams. It was great to see them in the building, including some familiar faces, and we are all looking forward to continue building toward the upcoming season.”

Patriots fans are excited too. 2020 was terrible, and it looks like the Patriots are back in the game.

Wideout Julian Edelman had an expected reaction to Belichick’s free agency moves.

His post went viral!

Tom Brady may no longer be on Belichick’s roster, but the head coach will do an excellent job with the players he has just signed. Things will take a different turn in 2021.