• Bill Belichick: No comment to add about officiating

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Nov 19, 2013
    “I don’t really have any comment about today the officiating or any of those calls,” Belichick said. I dont really have any comment to add to the officiating or any of those calls, Belichick said. “That’s what I just said, I don’t really have any other comment on that,” Belichick said. Belichick said at the outset of the conference call that he and New England’s players and coaches weren’t going to focus on the officiating after a pass interference flag in the end zone on the last play was picked up. “If you have any questions on that, you can talk to the league office, the officiating department, let them give their explanation on them. On Tuesday, though, Belichick offered little new perspective on his thoughts of Monday's controversial ending. When asked about referee Clete Blakeman’s explanation that the officials waved off the flag because Rob Gronkowski couldn’t catch the ball, Belichick again declined to discuss it.
    Source: boston.com
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