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Sport Report: Steve Belichick serving as Patriots’ defensive play caller

13:45  02 november  2019
13:45  02 november  2019 Source:   nbcsports.com

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Patriots secondary coach Steve Belichick has been calling defensive plays for weeks, multiple players confirmed to the Herald. Linebacker Elandon Roberts has worked with Steve Belichick since coming into the league in 2016, the first year Belichick served as the team’s safeties coach.

The Patriots have the NFL’s best defense, but they don’t have a defensive coordinator, and it’s never been clear who exactly is making the play calls on Sundays. But it appears that the primary play caller on New England’s defense is Steve Belichick, the safeties coach and son of head coach Bill Belichick.

FOXBOROUGH, MA - AUGUST 29: New England Patriots secondary / safeties coach Steve Belichick signals to New England Patriots defensive back Ken Webster (47) during a game between the New England Patriots and the New York Giants on August 29, 2019, at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. (Photo by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)© Icon Sportswire (A Division of XML Team Solutions) All Rights Reserved FOXBOROUGH, MA - AUGUST 29: New England Patriots secondary / safeties coach Steve Belichick signals to New England Patriots defensive back Ken Webster (47) during a game between the New England Patriots and the New York Giants on August 29, 2019, at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. (Photo by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

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The last time that Belichick was the primary play - caller on defense was in 2010. He held the position early in the season before eventually giving the The New England Patriots ' All-Pro cornerback recently became interested in the story of Quinn Miller, a 12-year-old football player from Pawtucket

The last time that Belichick was the primary play - caller on defense was in 2010. He held the position early in the season before eventually giving the Right now, the Patriots ' defensive staff is comprised of former Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema ( defensive line), former Patriot Jerod Mayo (inside

The Boston Herald reports that several players confirmed Steve Belichick has taken over the primary play calling role. That contradicts some previous reports that inside linebackers coach Jerod Mayo was calling the defensive plays.

The Patriots have gone through three defensive coordinators in the last two years: Matt Patricia left to coach the Lions, then Brian Flores left to coach the Dolphins, then Greg Schiano resigned for personal reasons. Steve Belichick, who’s in his eighth year working for his dad, is the defensive coach who’s been with the program the longest.

Obviously, Steve Belichick wouldn’t be where he is without his dad giving him the job. And even if Steve is the primary play caller, his father undoubtedly deserves most of the credit for the well-coached Patriots defense. But players in New England have raved about their experience working with Steve Belichick. And even though the Patriots are always tight-lipped about the role that any individual coach plays in preparing the team, Steve Belichick is starting to get more credit for his own coaching work.

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