Bill Belichick announces joint practices with 3 teams, talks 19-0 and more

Bill Belichick addressed the media for the first time since the Super Bowl earlier this morning, and he of course said almost nothing of substance.

However, he did announce that the Patriots will hold joint practices with the Lions, Jaguars and Texans, which are three of the four teams New England will go up against during the pre-season.

Traditionally, most teams will hold joint practices with one or two of their opponents. But this should be really good exposure and preparation for the Patriots as they head in to the regular season.

Belichick also addressed the 19-0 talk, which he said he doesn't really care about.

He's already in mid-season form.

Gotta love it.

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