The Boston Globe’s Greg Bedard reviewed New York Daily News columnist Gary Myers’ new book, “Coaching Confidential: Inside the Fraternity of NFL Coaches,” and he included some noteworthy tidbits about Kraft’s relationship with Belichick in the wake of the videotaping of coaches that resulted in heavy fines for the team and Belichick as well as the loss of a first-round draft pick.
Bedard quoted the book, in which Kraft asked Belichick, “How much did this help us on a scale of one to 100?” After Belichick replied with “one,” Kraft didn’t mince his words "
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