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Bill Parcells knows a Womens Terry Bradshaw Jersey lot about football, and more than a little about drama.
So while the rest of the football world is fascinated by the apparent quarterback-coach-owner power struggle in New England (with a little Gronk thrown in for flavor), the legendary former coach and Bill Belichick-mentor shrugged it off in a recent interview with Gary Myers of The Athletic.
I don’t pay any attention to that, Parcells said. Nobody knows what’s what exactly. You are just hearing gossip and conjecture and opinion. I don’t put much stock in that. Having been in a position myself as a head coach, a lot of things are said about an organization, the coaching staff and the owner. Some of the things are just flat out not true. Yet they get out and they get publicized because they make good headlines. The only thing you got to do is watch the product on the field.
They have a prolific passer. They have [Julian] Edelman coming back, Gronkowski is a target. They have some runners. Their back is a very, very good pass receiver. They got that young back from Georgia [first-rounder Sony Michel], who looks like he can score touchdowns if he gets a step or so. I don’t see anybody right now in their division that I would say has the upper hand on them, that’s for sure. If you can win your division, you are a long way down the road to doing something.
Kobe Bryant Jersey Parcells said he still speaks to Belichick occasionally, but said he never asked his former pupil why he didn’t play Malcolm Butler in the Super Bowl.
It’s kind of a big deal to many, but apparently not enough to derail the modern dynasty, at least in the mind of the Hall of Famer.
Obviously, we know him well, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said. He’s been in our system. He’s someone we like very much as a person. We think he can help us as a player. There’s a business side to all these decisions on both sides 鈥?for our team and also for him. But we just want to spend some time with him. We really like him as a guy. He can help our team.
McClain had his best season in 2016 with the Cowboys, starting a career-high 15 games. He made 40 tackles and 2.5 sacks. It earned him a four-year, $21 million deal with Washington, but McClain was not a fit in the 3-4 scheme. Washington cut him after two starts, 20 tackles and one season.
Now, he’s looking to get back home in a defense that fits him.