HC Bill Belichick Reportedly Wants To Coach 3 NFL Teams

Bill Belichick parted ways with the Kraft family and the New England Patriots after two decades. Both sides were fine with the decision, but there’s a growing speculation about the tension between the former Patriots head coach and Robert Kraft. Belichick didn’t land a job this offseason despite his communication with the Atlanta Falcons. Nobody was really sure that Belichick actually wanted a coaching job. Well, a recent report suggests that Belichick is actually willing to coach three NFL teams.

ESPN’s Don Van Natta Jr., Seth Wickersham, and Jeremy Fowler discussed Belichick’s situation in the offseason and the fact that the greatest coach of all time is jobless now. Some teams didn’t do an effort to get Belichick, but he could easily join three teams. It’s interesting to note that all three teams are part of the NFC East.

“He is believed to be biding his time until next January for openings on teams he has told confidants he would be interested in coaching: the Dallas CowboysPhiladelphia Eagles and New York Giants,” ESPN wrote.

Legendary Belichick can be a head coach again

Belichick can easily join any of these organizations. They all need a stronger coaching option and Belichick seems to be the right person to take the lead.

Belichick has been linked to the Dallas Cowboys for quite some time. There are too many stories related to his connection with Jerry Jones. There’s another question. Was Belichick really interested in going to Dallas?

“A source who spoke with a longtime friend of Belichick said the friend wonders if the coach will have another opportunity: ‘I don’t think Bill Belichick will ever be a head coach again in the National Football League,’ the friend said. ‘Unless it’s [for] Jerry Jones,'” ESPN said Wednesday.

It makes sense. Belichick may not be making any NFL plans at this point. He spent a lot of time in the league and built a dynasty. Why would he go somewhere else and start all over again?