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Pats Won’t Replace Pees as Defensive Coordinator

Patriots coach Bill Belichick is not planning to name a defensive coordinator in 2010 and instead will be more involved on defense and share the workload with his assistants. Belichick says “Titles are fine, nothing wrong with them, but the most important thing is each person’s role, that we do everything we can to help the players succeed — everyone collectively getting the job done.” The Patriots and Dean Pees, who served as defensive coordinator the last four seasons, parted ways in January.

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One Response to “Pats Won’t Replace Pees as Defensive Coordinator”

  1. rick backer says:

    if we learned anything this season it was kraft is preparing for a lockout by alientating players, scaling back costs while milking profits by cutting corners. the patriots lost this season because belichhick tried to do things he wasn’t strong at. his coaching and inability to make 2nd level adjustments cost the patriots a championship run along with kraft’s cutting costs while taking big profits for a product that is far from quality. he is insulting all patriots fans, this team will fall father next season because of these actions.

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