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The Wolf Pack – that’s what this new group in the New England Patriots’ front office will be known as.
As it currently stands, Elliot Wolf has been the person most involved as the club began building its coaching staff. Wolf, who is the lone person in the building with any real contacts outside New England, has seemingly led the way as the club has rounded out its offensive staff.
It was a surprise when Cleveland fired him. The Browns used five different quarterbacks, yet they still finished tenth in scoring in the NFL.
The Patriots finished off what could be their most significant addition to their coaching staff on Thursday, surprising everyone by hiring former NFL quarterback Alex Van Pelt as their offensive coordinator.
One bit of information that was interesting following New England Patriots head coach Jerod Mayo’s appearance on WEEI on Monday was the fact that despite the talk of being open to input from his players, one key fact still remained. Flexibility within the scheme may be something he’s open to. But at the same time, the overall plan needs to be executed.
On Monday, New England Patriots Jerod Mayo provided a little glimpse into how the team currently views Mac Jones following some comments he made on WEEI, and it sounds like the future for the former number one pick remains in question heading into 2024.
I don’t care what your title is. It’s what’s your job, what value do you bring to the organization. I think that’s the most important thing.
The page was turned on Wednesday, with Jerod Mayo joining Patriots owner Robert Kraft in front of reporters in front of a packed house at Gillette Stadium.
“Defense, defense, defense. We all know who designed the defense for those great teams. That’s what he did. That’s how he made his mark.
Jerod Mayo is now the new head coach of the Patriots. Moving faster than you can say “Rooney Rule”, the Patriots quickly replaced Bill Belichick with their former linebacker and current linebacker coach.
With Bill Belichick and owner Robert Kraft agreeing to part ways on Thursday, Kraft later said that the plan would be to move quickly as the club begins assembling its new staff ahead of the offseason.
Rumors on Monday were that former New England Patriots linebacker Mike Vrabel would be interested in coaching the Patriots should Bill Belichick get let go, which added another wrinkle to an already interesting situation inside of Gillette Stadium.
While the current state of the Patriots certainly isn’t ideal, Sunday’s outcome against Washington was yet another reminder of just how bad things have gotten here in New England.
Watch the complete retirement ceremony for Devin McCourty at Gillette Stadium and a behind-the-scenes look.
The New England Patriots released some news on Thursday, with five veterans set to start training camp next week on PUP.