Wednesday, January 27, 2016

RPT: Coaching moves continue as Pats, Nash break ties

In the wake of their AFC Championship loss, the New England Patriots still seem to have more coaching changes in mind for next season.

Just days after parting ways with offensive line coach Dave DeGuglielmo, the Pats have reportedly said good-bye to Harold Nash.

According to, Nash, who's been the team's strength and conditioning coach since 2011 and part of the S+C squad since 2005, will not be back for the 2016 season. 

New England was faced with a plethora of injuries on both sides of the ball this season, which contributed to a patchwork starting squad that, at times, struggled with consistency.

Despite being banged up, the Patriots still managed to finish the season ninth in total defense and sixth in total offense on their way to their seventh straight divisional title.


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