Bill Belichick

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Bill Belichick (right) at the White House with President George W. Bush.

Bill Belichick (born April 16, 1952 in Nashville, Tennessee) is the head coach of the New England Patriots. He is one of the most successful coaches and greatest defensive masterminds in NFL history. With one of the best postseason records in NFL history, it is no surprise that he has coached three Super Bowl winning teams in his professional career (2001, 2003, 3004); all of them while coaching the Patriots. Prior to being the Patriots coach he was a assistant coach on the New York Giants when they won two Super Bowls (1986, 1990), and in 1991 became the head coach of the Cleveland Browns. He remained as the head coach of the Browns until 1995. In 2000, the Patriots traded their first round 2000 NFL Draft choice to the New York Jets to acquire Belichick as their head coach. Currently Belichick is the longest tenured NFL head coach with over 32 years of coaching.

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