Belichick rages against touchline technology (AFP)

New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick said Tuesday he is giving up on touchline tablet technology, just weeks after he was seen slamming one down in frustration during his team’s defeat to Buffalo. The famously taciturn Patriots boss spoke at length to explain his frustration with the tablets, which are used by coaches across the NFL to review action in real time. “As you probably noticed, I’m done with the tablets,” Belichick, 64, told reporters.

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