Patriots reportedly ban Tom Brady’s trainer from sideline, team plane

The Patriots have revoked sideline privileges of Tom Brady’s trainer, Alex Guerrero, adding to the speculated rift between the trainer and coach Bill Belichick, according to a report from the Boston Globe.

The team also banned Guerrero from using the team’s jet, and he is no longer allowed to treat players other than Brady in his office at Gillette Stadium.

Several Patriots players, including Brady, have worked with Guerrero since 2013, and as a result of the new restrictions, they will continue to receive treatment from him at the TB12 Center located a few minutes away from the stadium.

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Q: On the Kelvin Benjamin overturned touchdown, what was the conclusive evidence to overturn the call?

CW: When the receiver got confirmed control of the football, he was not able to get both feet down in bounds. So, his back foot was already off the ground and it stepped out of bounds. His firm control did not occur until after he had one foot off the ground.

Q: On replay, did you feel that was clear and obvious?

CW: It was clear and obvious that he did not have control of the ball until he brought it all the way down into his chest.

Q: Field Judge Steve Zimmer pointed towards Benjamin’s feet after the play and he was the closest official. Was he consulted during that replay process to share what he saw?

CW: Well, he might share it with me before I go into the booth, but during the replay process, Steve is not consulted at that time.

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