Bill Belichick's 'head coaching career could be over,' former NFL executive say

Bill Belichick, who left the New England Patriots after more than two decades and six Super Bowl championships, was unable to find another head coaching job this winter.  

Marc Ross, a former New York Giants executive and NFL Network analyst, has speculated that Belichick's coaching career may be ended.  

. Belichick interviewed twice with the Atlanta Falcons, but the organization chose a familiar face in Raheem Morris instead.  

"As far as a head coach, yeah, I think this might be the end of the road for him," Ross told TMZ Sports.  

"If he wants to take a step back and become a coordinator, that may be something down the road.… Would he want to do this? That is the scenario for him.  

Ross stated that teams might be disappointed with the way Belichick controls a squad.  

"I believe what occurred was that Bill Belichick -- the name and the rings, and you can't disregard what he's done in the league.   

. When considering the various causes that led to his inclusion, it can disrupt the team dynamic.  

Unfortunately, I believe Belichick's head coaching career may come to an end. But there might be something in the works for him if he wants to do that."  


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