‘Do you think I’m going to read the MRI?’

New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick said injured quarterback Mac Jones won’t be training Wednesday but is “definitely making big strides in the last 48 hours” — then turned to the theater in a press conference, which memories are made of his repetition aroused. on to Cincinnati” eight years ago.

Peppered with questions about the status of Jones, who sustained a serious ankle sprain on Sunday and is likely to be out for several weeks, Belichick has stiffly armed most of them with a smile and the same reply.

Do you expect Jones to face the Packers on Sunday?

“Take it day by day,” Belichick said.

Is there a procedure planned for Jones to aid in his recovery?

“Day after day. Day. For. Day,” he said, pausing between words. “That’s the plan. Day after day.”

Do the Patriots and Jones agree on how best to move forward?

“I’m not really sure what the nature of the question is, but he’s getting better every day. We’ll see how it goes. Day after day.”

Does he have a high ankle sprain?

“Day after day. How do I look – like a doctor? Like an orthopedist? I dont know. Talk to the medical experts.”

What do the medical experts on staff tell you?

“Day after day. We will examine him day by day. What difference does it make to me? Do you think I’ll read the MRI? This is not my task.”

But it’s theirs and they’re talking to you about it, right?

“Yes. It’s getting better every day. It’s getting better every day. We’ll see how it is tomorrow. It’s a lot better than yesterday. We’ll see what it is.”

Belichick, 70, who confirmed 14-year veteran Brian Hoyer would start Sunday when Jones isn’t playing, seemed to enjoy the back-and-forth as reporters reviewed notes to record how many times he ended up “day by day.” said the press conference.

The answer: 12.

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Emma Bowman

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