Bill Belichick Just Landed His First Job Post-Patriots Breakup

Bill Belichick will not be coaching in the 2024 season but he will still be around the game of football.

2017: Bill Belichick celebrates after Super Bowl LI where the New England Patriots vs The Atlanta
2017: Bill Belichick celebrates after Super Bowl LI where the New England Patriots vs The Atlanta / Bob Breidenbach / USA TODAY NETWORK
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Bill Belichick has been around the NFL as a coach for the last 48 years, dating back to 1975. Belichick was the head coach for the New England Patriots since 2000, winning six Super Bowl championships.

Things ended up hitting a rough patch for New England and Belichick in 2020 after Tom Brady left town. They finished below .500 in three of the past four seasons. Belichick and New England parted ways after the 2023 season and many believed the 71-year-old coach would be a hot commodity on the open market.

That ended up not being the truth and Belichick wasn't hired for any of the eight head coach vacancies. Now the three-time AP Coach of the Year will have to wait until 2025 to have a chance to become the lead man of an NFL organization.

Despite being out of the NFL in 2024, Belichick will still be around the game of football. On Feb. 21, The University of Nebraska football program announced they plan on hosting spring football clinics for players and coaches led by their head coach Matt Rhule. There will be some guest speakers attending this clinic and Belichick headlines the group.

The former New England Patriots head coach will be a keynote speaker in April's "X&O" clinic. People close to Belichick say he's very fun and engaging when you get him away from football. This is a great opportunity for these young football players and coaches to hear from one of the greatest coaches in the history of the game.

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