Tom Brady refuses to comment on Bill Belichick's future as NFL teams seek his services

NFL teams are interested in hiring Bill Belichick, but six-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback Tom Brady has declined to comment. After a 4-13 season, Belichick is expected to leave New England.

Brady is unaware of any of it and does not want to comment on his former head coach's future. 

This week's Let's Go! The podcast quizzed Brady about Belichick. I will not predict the future. No idea what happened, "Brady told Jim Gray. 

"But you know, I loved my opportunity when I was there, and anytime you lose, then the year is tough," Brady said. 

Brady may inspire Belichick to succeed outside New England. He has been connected to numerous NFL teams, including the Giants, who fired Joe Judge and need a new head coach. Belichick was Giants defensive coordinator from 1985 to 1990. 

Since 2000, Belichick has led the Patriots to six Super Bowl championships. Three-time NFL Coach of the Year, he is considered one of the best NFL coaches ever.

Another NFL hiring is former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores as New York Jets head coach. The Dolphins dismissed Flores after three seasons, but he is well-regarded in the NFL and should perform well with the Jets.