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Kraft renews vows after a decade

Posted by Albert Breer  March 22, 2010 10:03 AM

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At the very least, it's pretty clear that Kraft sees his coach the same way he did then, and the same way he always has. Which is to say he holds him in high regard.

"He’s pretty steady, and one thing is he has a great work ethic, and a great football intellect," Kraft said. "He stays pretty level, which is unusual in this business. He’s pretty even keel and I appreciate that. There’s no doubt in my mind, everything he’s doing, he’s trying to put the team in the best position to win, and that’s the most important thing to me.

"What our brand is about is trying to have a certain excellence on the field, and try to do it in a way that people are proud to be associated with. That’s our mantra and I think he works very hard at trying to do that."
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