26 Sep 2005
If you scroll down to the second story of the Steelers' Notebook, you'll find this peculiar bit:
"As tackle Matt Light lay on the turf with a serious leg injury in the second quarter, [Steelers' trainer John] Norwig ran over to see if he could help, as opposing trainers often will do with serious injuries.
Belichick walked out on the field and told Norwig, in no uncertain terms, to get away from his player. Norwig walked off the field and could be seen laughing about it with several Steelers doctors on the sideline."
I know that Belichick considers injury reports a matter of national security, but this seems like a bit much.
42 comments, Last at 28 Sep 2005, 9:21pm by Carl
The Patriots lose a fourth-quarter lead for only the 15th time in 15 years. Also: Seattle's first shootout win, the kick-six, leaping in TB-IND, an aggressive Alex Smith, and the one negative way Aaron Rodgers stands out from his peers.