Bill Belichick Gets Mocked by Arby's Near Redskins Training Camp

via @ScottSAllen
Kyle NewportFeatured ColumnistAugust 4, 2014

Bill Belichick would probably prefer to be referred to as "the head coach of the New England Patriots."

The Patriots and the Washington Redskins will practice together this week before they hit the field for their preseason game against each other on Thursday. With the Patriots in town, one Arby's near Redskins training camp in Richmond, Virginia, had some fun with Belichick.

For those of you who may not recall, the Patriots coach has a pretty interesting history. The Washington Post's Scott Allen explained how Belichick's tenure with the New York Jets ended:

When Bill Parcells resigned after three seasons as head coach of the Jets in January 2000, Belichick, who had been an assistant on Parcells’ staff, was promoted to head coach. In a stunning announcement the following day, Belichick quit. He reportedly wrote his resignation note on a sheet of paper, or a napkin: 'I resign as HC of the NYJ.'

Now that title is being used against him.

[The Washington Post

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