Bill Belichick's Next Gig Will Be Alongside Biggest Rivals


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Six-time Super Bowl champion Bill Belichick will reportedly be working alongside arguably his biggest NFL rivals during the upcoming season.

Belichick, 72, "is expected to be a regular recurring part" of the Manningcast version of ESPN's Monday Night Football coverage alongside Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning and former New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning, the Athletic's Andrew Marchand reported on Wednesday (April 24). The legendary coach is also reportedly expected to land a book deal and possibly host a podcast, according to "executives briefed on his plans."

Belichick, who has the most Super Bowl victories of any coach in NFL history, went 1-3 against Peyton's Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos in the AFC Championship Game and 0-2 against Eli and the Giants in the Super Bowl.

Belichick, who parted ways with the Patriots after 24 seasons in January, is one of seven NFL head coaches to have spent more than 20 years with one franchise following George Halas (40) of the Chicago Bears, Curly Lambeau (29) of the Green Bay Packers, Tom Landry (29) of the Dallas Cowboys, Don Shula (26) of the Miami Dolphins, Steven Owen (24) of the New York Giants and Chuck Noll of the Pittsburgh Steelers, all of whom have been enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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