Belichick seeing gray — not red — in XLVI

(Perry Knotts/NFL)

INDIANAPOLIS — Great news for Patriots fans: Bill Belichick is in a gray mood this Sunday.

As expected, New England’s coach has ditched the infamous red hooded sweatshirt he donned in Super Bowl XLII for a — well, rather drab — gray ensemble. But that’s just fine as far as the Patriots are concerned.

Belichick hasn’t worn red since that fateful evening in February 2008, so it’s no shocker he avoided it Sunday.

Besides, we get the feeling he had a little female help with this decision.

— Marc Sessler

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