Patriots Head Coach Bill Belichick. (Getty Images)
BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — If the Patriots beat the Browns on Sunday, it'll be a huge milestone for Head Coach Bill Belichick.
That's because beating Cleveland—where Belichick had his first head coaching gig—would give him his 300th career win.
Only two NFL coaches, Don Shula and George Halas, have reached 300 wins.
Belichick's first career win came for the Browns against the Pats, so a win this weekend could take things full circle.
Boston Globe NFL reporter Ben Volin told WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman he thinks Belichick has many more wins left in him, too.
"I think there's no reason for him to be slowing down right now," Volin said. "He's 67 now, which is not that old in American parlance now. He's got his team running like a well-oiled machine ... He's making a lot of money winning championships, and I think he wants to prove he can find the next quarterback and win without Tom Brady as well."
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