Bret Bielema showed off New England Patriots gear at USC’s pro day.
On Wednesday, the former Arkansas coach was seen at the event that showcased former Trojans stars, as relayed by SiriusXM’s Dustin Swedelson. Bielema went 29-34 as Razorbacks coach from 2013-17. Recently, he was seen at Alabama’s pro day.
You can see Bielema in the Patriots shirt below:
Bret Bielema out here at USC Pro Day wearing Patriots gear 🤔 pic.twitter.com/WUoH7EoVGP
— Dustin Swedelson (@dustinswedelson) March 21, 2018
Pretty star-studded group at USC Pro Day: Seahawks GM John Schneider, Jets‘ Todd Bowles and GM Mike Maccagnan, Titans coach Mike Vrabel, Chargers OC Ken Whisenhunt/DC Gus Bradley, Saints’ Mike Nolan, Cardinals QB coach Byron Leftwich, Troy Aikman, Matt Leinart, Bret Bielema, etc.
— Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) March 21, 2018
Shortly after Alabama’s pro day, it was reported that Bielema was working as a Patriots representative. It’s unclear what kind of role the former Arkansas coach served at the Alabama and USC pro days. But the fashion choice should be an obvious sign that he’s helping New England in some way.
It’s smart of Bielema to keep working as the Razorback Foundation is set to pay him $11.935 million over the next three years. It doesn’t hurt to assist a successful NFL franchise as he tries to determine his next professional step.
Likely, this isn’t the last time we’ll hear about Bielema.