sport news Washington Commanders 'could trade for legendary Patriots coach Bill Belichick ... trends now
Harris bought the Commanders earlier this year and allowed head coach Ron Rivera and his staff to remain in charge for the season.
It has been a rough start to the year for Washington, however, as they currently sit with a 2-6 record and Rivera's seat is reportedly getting warmer with every loss.
The team also traded away star edge rushers Chase Young and Montez Sweat ahead of the trade deadline, showing clear signs of a looming rebuild.
'There's a theory out there that when the season ends, Josh Harris - the new owner of the Commanders - is going to call the Patriots and inquire about what it would take to get Bill Belichick,' Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio said during an appearance on The Zach Gelb Show on CBS Sports Radio.
Washington Commanders owner Josh Harris is set to inquire about trading for Bill Belichick
Belichick and the New England Patriots have been struggling this season and sit at 2-6
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New England has also had a poor beginning to the season and also hold a 2-6 record.