Bill Belichick has absolutely no regrets about his infamous resignation from the Jets.
It’s one of the great moments in NFL history, to be honest
The greatest trick play Bill Belichick ever called came on Jan. 4, 2000. One day after being named head coach of the Jets, Belichick walked into a meeting with his bosses, handed them a resignation letter written on a napkin and then went to what was supposed to be his introductory press conference, where he instead told a room full of shocked reporters that he wasn’t taking the job. Three weeks later, he was hired by the Patriots.
This year is the 20th anniversary of that debacle, so of course ESPN was going to mention it during the Patriots-Jets game on Monday night. During an interview on Tuesday on Boston’s WEEI, Belichick was informed that a clip from that infamous presser aired during the game, and
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