Surly Bill Belichick Doesn’t Want to ‘Xerox’ Game Plan for Kansas City Chiefs

January 14, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Bill Belichick doesn't want to talk about his eye.
He doesn't want to talk about strategy or his personnel decisions or why Chandler Jones wound up at the hospital after reportedly getting gone off the K2 on Sunday night, either.
That last incident, reported by Chris Gasper of the Boston Globe (h/t ESPN SportsCenter), and the media's questions about its effects on the team seem to be what pushed the New England Patriots coach back into his eternal resting state of peevishness Thursday morning.
Speaking to a pool of reporters at a press conference, Belichick's responses assumed a familiar sardonic cadence after questions arose regarding whether Jones would play in Saturday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
To this, Belichick responded by using "Xerox" as a verb, per the Boston Globe's Ben Volin:
Masshole Sports posted a video of Belichick's response:
That's good old-fashioned antiquity from Belichick, who is still sporting a shiner of un...

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