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Bill Belichick stole the show at the NFL Scouting Combine, which might be the weirdest thing I've ever said on this site.
The Hoodie crashed the NFL Network's broadcast and spoke to Willie McGinest, who is an analyst on the network. Belichick and McGinest reminisced about some of the big plays McGinest made against the Indianapolis Colts (for context, the combine is in Indy), to which McGinest joked about how he doesn't like to talk about those plays while he's there because he's afraid of being treated poorly.
Belichick piggy backed off of that, as he said he wasn't treated all that well in Indy until he went for it on 4th & 2 in 2009 and was stopped.
"Trust me, Willie, when I came to Indianapolis, they threw stuff at me, yelled at me and everything else. Then when I went for it on fourth-and-2 [in 2009] and we got stopped, ever since then it's been 'Hey Coach, good to see ya. How is it going?'"
.@RichEisen hands the headset over to... @Patriots HC Bill Belichick!— NFL (@NFL) March 5, 2017
This is awesome. #NFLCombine https://t.co/sARhSc3AiV
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