Bill Belichick addressed the Boston media Monday afternoon, just a couple hours after the news that the Vikings were planning to release wide receive Randy Moss. So naturally, that was where the press conference started, with Belichick dodging the topic throughout the duration.
"Yeah, you know I can't comment on any status of any player in the league or any other transactions or anything like that," Belichick said.
"You know I can't... you can't bait me into it," he said. "I can't comment on any other teams or players or transactions."
The Herald's Ian Rapoport then asked Belichick when was the last time he was "actually surprised by a move in the NFL?"
"Been a little while," Belichick said. "You know, I don't really care about the league, I'm really worried about our football team. Whatever rules the league changes, or whatever moves other teams do, that's their team. I can't really worry about that. I can barely coach the team I'm in charge of. I can't worry about everybody else's team. Try to solve the rest of the world's problems. That's not my job. Got a lot of other people who can do that."