Erhardt served as head coach for three seasons from 1979 to 1981.
Erhardt and Bill Belichick served on the same staff with the New York Giants from 1982 through 1991 and were a part of two Super Bowl championships together.
Erhardt first joined the Patriots on March 14, 1973, as the backfield coach, a position he held for four seasons before being promoted to offensive coordinator on Feb. 1, 1977. Erhardt and fellow assistant Hank Bullough were co-head coaches for the final game in 1978 after head coach Chuck Fairbanks was suspended by the team’s ownership "
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