A Brief Appreciation Of Bill Belichick

June 12, 2013 2:35 PM
A Brief Appreciation Of Bill Belichick
" BOSTON (CBS) – Bill Belichick doesn’t care.

He doesn’t care that you might need quotes to fill your column or sound bites for your 6 p.m. news telecast. He doesn’t care that you might think he’s being an inconsiderate, arrogant jerk, and he certainly doesn’t care if he might actually be in the process of being one.

Bill Belichick cares about one thing: The New England Patriots.

It’s his job. It’s his life. Anything that is not considered beneficial for the New England Patriots is not considered worthwhile for Bill Belichick.

In New England, after 13 seasons of seeing the same press conference happening over and over again, we know this. But on Tuesday morning, Belichick offered a reminder to the rest of the country that, quite frankly, he doesn’t care.

Dozens upon dozens of media members descended upon Gillette Stadium to cover the much-ballyhooed signing of Tim Tebow. Except Belichick wasn’t much up for much ballyhooing.

CNN aired the press conference on live TV. Radio stations did the same. The New York media was on hand, teeth clenched, hoping for some juice on the man on whom they directed way too much attention over the past year "

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