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Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots Mutually Agree to Part Ways After a Remarkable 24 Years


It’s been one of the most news-filled weeks in recent football memory across the NFL and College Football from Pete Carroll stepping down from the Seattle Seahawks after 14 seasons as the head coach to Alabama’s Nick Saban retiring.


Another bombshell dropped on the football world this morning marking the end of an era in football with New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick mutually agreeing to part ways after a remarkable 24 seasons.


It was a run unlike any in NFL history since Belichick joined the organization at the turn of the century, including six Super Bowl titles alongside the greatest quarterback and perhaps player of all time, Tom Brady.


Patriots owner Robert Kraft and Belichick spent most of the last week periodically talking and speaking about the future, resulting in a mutual decision that left both sides comfortable.


Belichick had one year left on his $25 million contract extension that he signed last year. He had an impeccable record in his 24 seasons with the Patriots going 266-121 in the regular season, including an undefeated season in 2007, 19 consecutive winning seasons (2001-2019), nine Super Bowl appearances, six Super Bowl titles, nine AFC Championship titles, and 17 divisional titles.


If you include the playoffs throughout his whole career, Belichick has the second most victories in NFL history (333) and most playoff victories just in his Patriots tenure alone (30) with Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid coming second with 22.


His 333 career victories are only second to the great Don Shula who finished with 347 during his illustrious career.


Belichick's 24-year tenure was the fifth-longest of any head coach with one team. He had completed his 49th consecutive NFL season in 2023, the most consecutive coaching season in league history.



Belichick, George Halas, and Curly Lambeau are the only NFL coaches with six championships since the league began postseason play in 1933.


Belichick now looks to coach a different franchise for his 50th season in the NFL with rumors swirling he could potentially join the Atlanta Falcons after the firing of Arthur Smith.


Wherever he goes, Belichick has left an indelible mark forever on the New England Patriots organization and in Boston sports with his departure marking the end of an incredible era

He’s a relentless competitor with an unwavering passion for the game of football who most consider the greatest NFL coach of all time.


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