Belichick receives Sports Emmy nomination for NFL 100 role
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The notoriously anti-media Bill Belichick has been nominated for a Sports Emmy award for his work on the NFL 100 show, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Belichick co-hosted the "NFL 100 All-Time Team" series on NFL Network alongside Rich Eisen and Cris Collinsworth, breaking down what was dubbed the league's all-time roster.

The New England Patriots head coach was nominated in the "Outstanding Sports Personality - Studio Analyst" category. Belichick is up against Charles Barkley (NBA), Jay Bilas (NCAA basketball), Al Leiter (MLB), Kenny Smith (NBA), and Michael Strahan (NFL) for the award.

Last year's edition of HBO's "Hard Knocks," which featured the Raiders in their final season in Oakland, also received a nomination for "Outstanding Serialized Sports Documentary."

The awards ceremony had been scheduled for April 28 but was postponed due to coronavirus concerns.

Belichick receives Sports Emmy nomination for NFL 100 role
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