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Bill Belichick sends heartfelt message to Tom Brady at Patriots Hall of Fame ceremony

Bill Belichick sends heartfelt message to Tom Brady at Patriots Hall of Fame ceremony

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Bil Belichick relegated the controversy with Tom Brady to the past during the quarterback’s induction into the Patriots Hall of Fame.

Bill Belichick during his final press conference with the New England Patriots
© Winslow Townson/Getty ImagesBill Belichick during his final press conference with the New England Patriots

Bill Belichick and Tom Brady won the super bowl six times together during an incredible race with the New England Patriots. Without a doubt one of the greatest dynasties of all time.

However, their relationship suffered a major blow when the legendary head coach chose Jimmy Garoppolo as the quarterback of the future opening the door for Brady to leave.

SO, Tom Brady won another championship ring with the TAmpa Bay Buccaneers triggering a vast debate in the NFL on who was the main reason the Patriots were successful.

Bill Belichick shares an emotional moment with Tom Brady

At Tom Brady’s induction ceremony into the Patriots Hall of Fame, Bill Belichick took another step towards total reconciliation with a very special message for the quarterback.

“Thank you for everything you have done for us. Thank you for everything you have done for me and thank you for the example and model that you have been for all of us every day for 20 years. You are amazing.”

The two kissed on stage and, at least for a moment, it seemed like all was well behind the past. Brady even admitted it. “It wasn’t me, it wasn’t you, it was us.” Thank you for your tireless commitment to developing me and pushing me to be the best I can be. Let me clarify this. There is no coach in the world I would rather play for than Bill Belichick.

Miguel Angel Fernandez Castro is a sports writer and analyst at Bolavip US, specializing in NFL, MLB, NBA, college football, soccer, tennis and golf. With over 15 years of experience, he has been a broadcaster, commentator and reporter at Grupo ACIR Radio in Mexico, covering major global events such as the FIFA World Cup, Super Bowl, FIFA Confederations Cup , the World Baseball Classic and the Pan American Games. , PGA Tour and ATP Tour. He holds a bachelor’s degree in international relations from the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education.