Former Patriots lineman says he obtained into automotive accident deliberately to flee Invoice Belichick’s anger for being late

In case you ever end up working late for work, do not take recommendation from former New England Patriots lineman Wealthy Ohrnberger. Fairly than face Invoice Belichick’s wrath, Ohrnberger determined to intentionally get right into a automotive accident when he was working late to follow.

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Ohrnberger broadcast the story on his radio present on Thursday. It began when Ohrnberger’s telephone died in the course of the evening. His alarm by no means went off, which made him get up late. Ohrnberger ran to his automotive, however realized on his drive that he was going to be 10 minutes late to the group assembly.

Afraid that he can be lower for tardiness, Ohrnberger deliberately crashes into one other automotive to supply Belichick a legitimate excuse for being late.

Ohrnberger stated he did not hit the automotive – which was a church van – laborious. However he wanted to hit it laborious sufficient to interrupt into his automotive in order that he might give the Patriots proof of the accident. Ohrnberger stated he gave his insurance coverage data and a few cash to the driving force of the van earlier than leaving for follow.

Ohrnberger stated he spoke with Belichick’s assistant and waited within the offensive linemen’s assembly room till the complete group assembly was over. Ohrnberger first noticed the offensive line coach Dante Scarnechia, who knew precisely what was occurring. Scarnechia reportedly advised Ohrnberger that his stunt might fly elsewhere, however ought to be on time any further.

Ohrnberger didn’t say when the incident occurred. He was drafted by the Patriots within the fourth spherical of the 2009 NFL Draft and spent three seasons with the group. He was positioned within the IR by the group in 2011 and didn’t play in a sport. The Patriots lower Ohrnberger in 2012.

After his launch, Ohrnberger performed three extra seasons within the NFL, one with the Arizona Cardinals and two with the San Diego Chargers.

Wealthy Ohrnberger (60) spent three seasons with the Patriots. (AP Picture/Michael Dwyer)

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