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BOSTON (CBS)-- While Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Cary Williams’ comments have created somewhat of a stir in the media, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick had little to offer when asked by reporters what he thought of Williams’ comments, that the Patriots played “dirty” during the practices and that they did a lot of talking leading up to the joint sessions.
“We’ve moved on,” he said. “We’re [moving on] to Tampa.”
Williams said it was due to the attitude of rookie wide receiver Aaron Dobson leading up to the joint practices that he started a dust-up, one that caused both players to be kicked out of the session. When asked if he thought Williams’ remarks were “garbage”, Belichick did not elaborate per CBSBoston.com.
“I don’t know, I didn’t even see it,” the coach responded.
The incident between Williams and Dobson was the only one during the two joint practices, and all was peaceful during Friday night’s game.
The Patriots’ next preseason contest is against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this Friday, August 16 with the kickoff time set for 8 p.m.