What is padding? All about the secret of the Belichick Patriots

Stella McDaniel

As the son of a coach, and a lifelong football devotee, Brian Ferentz figured he could handle every possible expectation that came with his new job as a low-level offensive assistant in New England. He would live the Patriots’ infamous 20/20 coaching existence, working up to 20 hours a day, for about $20,000 a year. He knew he would become an anonymous cog in a high-functioning machine, spending his days—and most nights—swamped in grunt work while receiving little credit for his toiling. But he also knew he had gained entry to a coaching laboratory that could change the trajectory of his life, starting in 2009.

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Longtime spot photographer Jeff Billings passes | Sports

Neighborhood athletics and photography worlds are mourning the loss of a great as Jeff Billings, identified to many in the Northland for his do the job photographing Liberty higher university teams, handed away this 7 days. Billings commenced KCSports.net, a sports images service targeted on Liberty location universities, in 2006. […]