New England Patriots train inside during blizzard
Footage from Foxborough was intense with swirling winds and wintry conditions. But "every day is a work day" for the New England Patriots.
Storm Grayson has created intense wintry conditions along the east coast of the United States.
Massachusetts was hit on Thursday but heavy snowfall and swirling winds did not prevent the New England Patriots from practising during their bye week. Head coach Bill Belichick did, however, move the session inside.
"I felt like that was the best thing for us to do today," he told reporters on Thursday.
There was no chance Belichick was going to cancel training or even tolerate tardiness from his players as the Patriots seek their sixth Super Bowl championship under his stewardship.
"Every day is a work day," the 65-year-old coach said.
"It's a beautiful day." pic.twitter.com/2smtX7sSSy— New England Patriots (@Patriots) January 4, 2018
Today's storm. We're here for it. pic.twitter.com/eE0wj4Prlj— New England Patriots (@Patriots) January 4, 2018
The Patriots will host either the Kansas City Chiefs, the Tennessee Titans or the Buffalo Bills on January 13.