With Unprecedented Access, NFL Films Conducts Exclusive Interviews with Chairman/CEO Robert Kraft, President Jonathan Kraft, Head Coach Bill Belichick & Entire Patriots Coaching Staff
“DO YOUR JOB: BILL BELICHICK AND THE 2014 PATRIOTS” Premieres Wednesday, September 9 at 8:00 PM ET on NFL Network
NFL Network provides an exclusive, inside look at how a championship team is built with Do Your Job: Bill Belichick and the 2014 Patriots Wednesday, September 9 at 8:00 PM ET.
The one-hour show provides an encompassing behind-the-scenes look at the Super Bowl-winning 2014 New England Patriots as told by the men who designed it – Belichick, Chairman and CEO Robert Kraft, president Jonathan Kraft and the entire Patriots coaching staff. It is the first time NFL Films has had access to interview and tell the story of a team’s season through the recollections of an entire coaching staff. The show features a lengthy interview with Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, who discusses an array of topics ranging from preseason roster moves to the pivotal play at the end of Super Bowl XLIX.
“You don’t often get the amount of time and inside access from a professional sports franchise that we were afforded by the Patriots, including Robert Kraft and Coach Belichick,” said Ken Rodgers, Coordinating Producer for NFL Films. “Our hope is to give fans a more meaningful perspective into one of the most memorable seasons in Patriots history and one of the most exciting, and discussed, finishes ever to a Super Bowl.”
‘Do your job.’ It’s a mantra that Belichick has preached over the course of his 16 seasons as head coach of the New England Patriots. It has resulted in four Super Bowl championships, six conference championships, 12 division titles and the most playoff wins by a head coach in NFL history.
Additionally, on Tuesday, September 8 at 10:00 PM ET on NFL Network, America’s Game: 2014 Patriots premieres, with tight end Rob Gronkowski, wide receiver Julian Edelman and defensive back Devin McCourty re-telling the story of their most recent championship season in their own words.
The following Patriots personnel were interviewed for Do Your Job:
- Robert Kraft – Chairman and CEO
- Jonathan Kraft – President
- Bill Belichick – Head Coach
- Nick Caserio – Director of Player Personnel
- Josh McDaniels – Offensive Coordinator
- Matt Patricia – Defensive Coordinator
- Scott O’Brien – Special Teams Coordinator
- Ivan Fears – Running Backs Coach
- Brian Daboll – Tight Ends Coach
- Chad O’Shea – Wide Receivers Coach
- Dave DeGuglielmo – Offensive Line Coach
- Brendan Daly – Defensive Line Coach
- Patrick Graham – Linebackers Coach
- Brian Flores – Safeties Coach
- Josh Boyer – Defensive Backs Coach
- Ernie Adams – Director of Football Research
- Berj Najarian – Director of Football Administration
- Stephen Belichick – Defensive Assistant
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