Tom Brady’s body coach Alex Guerrero often wears New England Patriots gear on the sideline during games. He looks like he’s a member of the Patriots staff. He isn’t — Bill Belichick made that clear on Wednesday. Belichick was asked how Guerrero contributes to the team and whether his role has grown with the team. “No,” Belichick said Wednesday. His role hasn’t grown? “No,” Belichick said. “He works at TB12.” Guerrero’s spot on the sideline is a rarity for people who are not employed by the Patriots or the Kraft Group. Yet he was there in Week 2 in New Orleans with the team. “He works with some of our players,” Belichick said. “I think that’s pretty well documented. He’s not on our staff.” Guerrero could
Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered NFL since 1997, Cowboys since 2003 Previously covered Bengals and Dolphins Lives in Dallas area with his wife and two children Follow on Twitter FRISCO, Texas -- Coming off a disheartening loss to the Denver Broncos, maybe things are looking up for the Dallas Cowboys this week. Craig Wrolstad will be the referee for the Cowboys' game against the Arizona Cardinals on ESPN’s Monday Night Football, and Dallas has won its past two contests with Wrolstad as ref. The Cowboys beat the Chicago Bears in Week 3 last season and followed that up with a Week 12 win against the Washington Redskins at AT&T Stadium. Of course, it might not all be good news that Wrolstad
After splitting their first two games on the road, the Philadelphia Eagles will open their home schedule Sunday afternoon at Lincoln Financial Field against the desperate New York Giants, who dropped their first two games. The Eagles, coming off a 7-9 season, opened the season with a victory at Washington before falling 27-20 last Sunday at Kansas City. Philadelphia finished 6-2 at home last season and could improve to 2-0 in the NFC East with a win against the Giants.