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McDaniels has no guarantees to be Patriots head coach

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to the NFL Network, New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels has not been given a guarantee to be the next Patriots Head Coach. Bill Belichick is the Head Coach for the time being.

It was Belichick, according to reports, who convinced McDaniels to turn down the Indianapolis Colts head coaching job. McDaniels was announced as their head coach before meeting with Belichick, who convinced him to turn down the job.

More reports suggest that McDaniels will not be a Head Coach for any team except for the Patriots.

Willie McGinest, who works for the NFL Network and is a former Patriots player, said there was no handshake agreement with Patriots owner Robert Kraft to be the next head coach. McDaniels, 41, was previously the Denver Broncos Head Coach, lasting only a year and a half.

“I listen to a lot of people talk about it like he’s taking over for Belichick in the next year or two,” he said. “That’s Bill Belichick. Nobody is just going to push him out of coaching. Josh wants stability. That didn’t take place until after the conversation that they had after he was about to leave. The only stability he had in place was being the new head coach.

“His family, his thoughts, after having a conversation with his wife, of course, and ownership, and Bill — the best place for him, where he wanted to be, where he wanted to stay, was in New England.”

McDaniels has primarily worked with the Patriots and Belichick in the NFL. He is in his second stint as the Patriots offensive coordinator, where he has been in this role since 2012 after spending a season as the St. Louis Rams offensive coordinator.

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