Bill Belichick joined a group of NFL head coaches who spoke at Day 2 of the NFL virtual Women’s Careers in Football Forum Thursday.
According to NFL senior director Sam Rapoport, Belichick spoke on a variety of topics, including “how to start your plan” to become a head coach, as well as making sure coaches “spent time fully understanding the kicking game to master situational football.”
Day 2 of the @NFL Women's Careers in Football Forum kicks off with Coach Belichick & Coach Vrabel discussing ways for entry-level coaches to stand out.— Sam Rapoport (@samrap10) February 25, 2021
Interestingly, Coach Belichick opens with a story about Title IX and is now explaining how to start your plan to become a HC. pic.twitter.com/kPWnJW1fjs
Belichick and Titans coach Mike Vrabel went so far as to give out email addresses in case any of the coaches in the forum had any follow-up questions.
Belichick and Vrabel were among seven head coaches who spoke at the forum, a group that included Sean McDermott (Buffalo), Robert Saleh (New York Jets), Brian Flores (Miami), Ron Rivera (Washington) and Bruce Arians (Tampa Bay).
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