When a 49ers executive helped Robert Kraft choose between Pete Carroll and Bill Belichick

Oct 28, 2020 at 11:40 AM--


Among the other similarities between Super Bowl champion head coaches Bill Belichick and Pete Carroll is this: They were the leading candidates to replace Bill Parcells as the Patriots' head coach after the 1996 season and then-49ers executive Carmen Policy played a role in owner Robert Kraft hiring Carroll.
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