via TMZ

72-Year-Old Former Patriots Coach Bill Belichick Is Dating 24-Year-Old Cheerleader

Bill Belichick recently parted ways with the Patriots after 24 seasons of coaching in New England. That is to say, when coach Belichick was first starting his six-Super Bowl dynasty in Foxborough back in 2000, his newly reported girlfriend, Jordon Hudson, was just born.

According to sources close to TMZ, the coach and the 24-year-old former competitive cheerleader have been seeing each other for quite some time now. And this is coming off the breakup between Belichick and his ex-partner Linda Holliday, which was preceded by his 29-year marriage to Debby Belichick.

Belichick with Holliday on left, Hudson on right

As reported by TMZ, "Hudson first met the 72-year-old on a flight from the Boston area bound for Florida way back in 2021... and bonded over a philosophy project the student-athlete had been working on."

Apparently the two, who despite sharing a 48-year age gap, exchanged numbers and began seeing each other. They started off as just friends, but after Belichick became single again, evidently they became "more than friends."

Belichick was also seen attending Hudson's cheerleading competition in Washington D.C. awhile back. And the 2024 Miss Maine pageant girl was then spotted this week at Tom Brady's Patriots Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.

With this in mind, Belichick has always been known to be a ladies man, as many might have seen the home security video footage of the head coach leaving a girl's house one morning at the end of last season, which later went viral.

This Beli'chick' incident was brought up at the "Tom Brady Roast" comedy special on Netflix.

"Everybody asks me which ring is my favorite I used to say 'the next one,'" Tom Brady said. "But now that I am retired, my favorite Ring is the camera that caught Coach Belichick slinking out of that poor girl's house a few months ago. Hey, you still go it. Respect baby," Brady said about his former head coach.

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