Belichick subsequently attended Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, where he played center and tight end.
In addition to being a member of the football team, he played lacrosse and squash, serving as the captain of the lacrosse team during his senior season.
This also tied him with Neal Dahlen for the most Super Bowl wins in any capacity with seven.
In addition, the appearance in Super Bowl LI was the Patriots' ninth Super Bowl appearance in franchise history, which is the most of any team.
Kosar was subsequently signed by the Dallas Cowboys, helping lead them to victory in Super Bowl XXVIII.
In November 1995, in the middle of the ongoing football season, Browns owner Art Modell had announced he would move his franchise to Baltimore after the season.
After first being given assurances that he would coach the transplanted Baltimore Ravens, Belichick was instead fired on February 14, 1996, one week after the shift was officially announced.
The Giants won Super Bowls following the 19 seasons.
His defensive game plan from the New York Giants' 20–19 upset of the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXV is now in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.