FOXBORO -- Patriots head coach Bill Belichick held his year-end press conference Monday after his team's AFC Championship loss.
Though he made it clear personnel decisions would not be discussed, saying, "Now is not the time," he made an exception for himself.
The NFL's longest-tenured coach will return for another season.
"I'll be here. You'll have to deal with me again next year. I know it's disappointing for a lot of people," he grinned sardonically.
"Until I'm told otherwise, I plan on being here."
Belichick, 60, has worked in the league for 38 years. His next season will be his 14th as New England's bench boss.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Tyreek Hill had touchdowns receiving and on a punt return, Kansas City's defense made life miserable for Oakland quarterback Derek Carr, and the Chiefs beat the Raiders 21-13 on a frigid Thursday night to take control of the AFC West.
Charcandrick West also had a touchdown run for the Chiefs (10-3). They moved into a first-place tie with Oakland (10-3) but holds the tiebreaker with two wins over their longtime divisional rival.
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