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director Jon Robinson . 3. Belichick has had veteran voices in his corner on several occasions, with the latest being Floyd Reese , who served as ‘ senior football advisor’ in New England from 200 through 2012. (According to several people close
After the loss to the Broncos, this week has been filled with post-season Patriots news. Some of the bigger stories are that Pepper Johnson has chosen to move on and Dante Scarnecchia is retiring. Change is inevitable in the NFL. Also, Josh McDaniels appears to be staying as well as director of player personnel Nick Caserio after 2 interviews with the Dolphins regarding their opening at GM.
Belichick is the sole decision maker on the football side. Of course he has advisors he trusts like Nick Caserio and Floyd Reese and his college and pro scouts. But in the end, all critical football decisions are his. Don
the next five weeks in Foxboro, the busiest man at Gillette Stadium will be New England ’s senior football advisor Floyd Reese . When it comes to hammering out deals with agents for first-year players, he’s the man at the table representing
McNair had been shot and killed at the age of 36, it hit hard, especially for New England’s senior football advisor Floyd Reese . Reese served as Tennessee GM when McNair played with the Titans. “I am deeply saddened to learn of today’s tragic
moving on in that direction.” Since Pioli left, helping the Patriots move in that direction have been Nick Caserio and Floyd Reese , who were named New England’s director of player personnel and senior football advisor, respectively, shortly after
football staff where he has had to replace a lead personnel man (Nick Caserio for Pioli), a lead contract negotiator ( Floyd Reese for Pioli), an offensive coordinator (presumed to be Bill O’Brien for Josh McDaniels), a quarterbacks coach (O
of the day: Bill Belichick is not a big fan of ‘Moneyball’ in football. Yes, he has people like senior advisor Floyd Reese , consultant and confidant Ernie Adams and personnel chief Nick Caserio who due diligent football research. But in terms of
the void. Patriots personnel director Nick Caserio – with the input of coach Bill Belichick and special assistant Floyd Reese and a slew of scouts – is responsible for helping to put the roster together using any and all means. “I think really any
Belichick said. "Sometimes it works out, sometimes it doesn't. I don't think I'd read too much into it. I think Floyd [ Reese ] and Scott [Pioli] in the past have always done that. Sometimes it comes together, sometimes it's a process
case with a lot of offseason workouts, a large group of support staff and front office folks also attended, including Floyd Reese . •We'll have more a little later this afternoon.
Pioli] and his staff did a great job it in the previous years, but I think Nick and Jon and Jason and those guys and Floyd [ Reese ] – they’ve all done a great job. Q: Do you look at Jerod Mayo and Brandon Spikes really being able to really complement each