Bill Belichick was back at it today, making moves to help solidify the New England Patriots' personnel heading into the 2016 season. While his last couple of deals have involved players, Belichick's latest personnel move involves his son, Steve. 

The team announced their coaching staff for the 2016 season and the most notable adjustment to the staff, aside from former offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia returning, was that Steve Belichick was promoted to safeties coach.

Belichick had previously served on his father's staff as a defensive assistant coach for the past few seasons.

According to ESPN Patriots Insider Mike Reiss, Belichick was promoted to his new role after incumbent safeties coach, Brian Flores, was moved to linebackers coach.

Belichick attended Rutgers University, where he played four years on the lacrosse team. He also walked on to the University's football team as a long snapper.



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