Bill Belichick briefly replaced himself with his very good dog during the NFL Draft

Ethan Cadeaux
NBC Sports Washington

The Patriots traded down from their first-round pick on Thursday, meaning all NFL fans had to wait another 24 hours for New England to make their first draft selection of 2020.

When it came time for the Patriots to pick, the ESPN broadcast cut to head coach Bill Belichick's in-house war room. What came next didn't disappoint at all.

Belichick's dog was sitting in his chair, paying full attention to whatever was on the laptop screen.

Well, the post-Tom Brady era in New England has aged Belichick quite a bit. Regardless, it looks like the head coach's dog is the one calling the shots now.

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With their selection, the Patriots drafted safety Kyle Dugger from Division II Lenoir-Rhyne University.

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Bill Belichick briefly replaced himself with his very good dog during the NFL Draft originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

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