Reporters find out that New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft doesn’t find any coach for Belchicks. This Sunday, a very old pats leader will finish 70 years of his life journey. With a priority on this topic, NBC Sports ProFootballTalk insider Mike Florio remembered all the things Kraft told him at the NFL meeting various years ago.
Robert Kraft told him several years ago in the meeting that he wants to see Bill Belichick as a coach when he is 80 years old. Florio said on Friday that Kraft wanted Belichick to show him a high-level performance like Warren Buffett or Rupert Murdoch before completing 80 years.
There will be no shock to see that the Pats owner hopes to keep his head coach around as long as possible to show Kraft and Belichick significantly historical achievements. Belichick has been Kraft’s chief mentor and right-hand front-office man since 2000. At the same time, the new England franchise has confessed that it will achieve or get six Super Bowl titles.
When it comes to Belichick’s future career, he kept his card very close to his chest. At the age of 70 years, Belichick, a head coach of the NFL, enters his 28th season. The current report tells us that veteran head coaches earn $18 million as an average salary per month, but they can’t survive as rich men unless of their significant earnings.