Bill Belichick: Future professional lacrosse coach

If Bill Belichick does or says something that suggests he isn't happy answering questions during his press conferences, I will often tell him that if he doesn’t want to deal directly with the media about pro football, he should coach lacrosse.

Bill Belichick: Future professional lacrosse coach

If Bill Belichick does or says something that suggests he isn't happy answering questions during his press conferences, I will often tell him that if he doesn’t want to deal directly with the media about pro football, he should coach lacrosse. Payed accordingly.

He might.

Paul Rabil, co-founder of Professional Lacrosse League, stated that Belichick would be interested in coaching in PLL after he finishes coaching the Patriots. Rabil wasn't joking.

Belichick would make an incredible career change. He can be seen in the attached photo, looking at the practice of Birmingham Detroit Country Day cross-country lacrosse in the 1970s. However, Belichick seems not to be interested in leaving the Patriots and the money he has been paid to coach them.

Many believe that Belichick will, after he finishes coaching the Patriots team, take on an executive position (possibly with equity). Can a coach ever quit coaching? This is Rabil's line.

Rabil stated, "When I met him, he was at a [Johns] Hopkins] practice." He walked into the locker room, and was mooting us around as if we were his stick work or six-on-six possession. . . . He commands a room."

He commands attention in any room. He definitely loves lacrosse. He doesn't really need the money. It would be incredible if Belichick traded football for lacrosse. It would certainly help lacrosse move from being a fringe sport to mainstream American sports.

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