New England Patriots head coach Jerod Mayo has offered to retain defensive assistants Steve Belichick and Brian Belichick as part of his new coaching staff, Sports Illustrated reported Monday.
The report comes in the aftermath of the Patriots parting ways with their father, Bill Belichick, just last week.
Steve Belichick has been with the Pats since 2012 and just completed his fifth season as the primary defensive play-caller. Brian Belichick joined New England in 2016 and has coached safeties for the past four seasons.
It’s unclear if either or both will stick with the Patriots.
Bill Belichick, 71, has indicated he would like to continue coaching.
–Field Level Media
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