After the mutual decision of Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots to part ways, an unexpected offer has come to the Super Bowl-winning coach. Adult webcam site CamSoda has extended a jaw-dropping 5-year, $10 million contract to sign with the site and perform as an adult webcam model.


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CamSoda recalled Belichick leaving his home shirtless and being caught on a Ring Camera, leading to the lucrative offer.

CamSoda’s Vice President, Daryn Parker, penned a letter to Belichick:

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Dear Bill Belichick,

Congratulations on your coaching career. Your name resonates with greatness. You’re in the pantheon of great NFL coaches and you’ve etched an indelible mark on the sport of football.

We here at CamSoda – a leading adult webcam company – have been scouting you for some time. Ever since you walked out of that house shirtless on that Ring camera, we knew you had the physical makeup of a successful cam model. You have that barrel chest physique that so many women love. Not to mention the charm, the charisma, the bubbly disposition that pulls people in. Put simply, you’re a blue-chip prospect who has all the physical attributes and intangibles to make a lot of money performing on CamSoda.

So, given your newfound freedom, I’d like to formally sign you to become a CamSoda model. I would like to negotiate a 5-year, $10 million dollar contract with you that would have you performing weekly shows on the site. Clothing optional, of course. And to top it off, if and when you accept the offer, CamSoda will change its logo to a goat (out of respect, obviously) to let people know the greatest of all time is performing on the greatest adult webcam site of all time.

Take some time to consider my offer. When you’re ready to negotiate, please get in touch with me. I look forward to speaking.

– Daryn Parker

Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots have agreed to part ways, ending a 24-season run with six Super Bowl wins.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter confirmed the news following a series of meetings between Belichick and Patriots owner Robert Kraft. Shefter said the meetings had no conflicts or disagreements, resulting in a mutual decision.

Belichick’s exit follows a changing of coaching guard across all football, including the retirement of his friend Nick Caban and the transition of former Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll.

During Belichick’s run in New England, he amassed 333 career victories, 17 division titles, nine conference championships, and 12 Super Bowl appearances, and he has one of four undefeated seasons in NFL history.

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