FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Patriots coach Bill Belichick wore a navy Watertown Police hoodie to his news conference following Day 2 of the NFL draft.
"I support the Watertown police. That was an unbelieveable job they did," Belichick said, in reference to capturing the alleged suspects of the Boston Marathon bombing. "I'm sure we all followed it out there as closely as we could. Just supporting people that protect our safety and our freedom -- police, military. That's what makes it all possible for us to do what we do. Behind them all the way."
True to Belichick form, the sleeves on the hoodie -- which had the word "strong" on the back of it -- were cut around the elbow.