Brian Francisco Flores | Bio | Controversies Here

Brian Francisco Flores (born February 24, 1981) is a National Football League coach (NFL). From 2008 through 2018, he was an assistant coach with the New England Patriots. Flores was New England’s defensive coordinator in his last season, which ended with a Super Bowl victory. From 2019 to 2021, he was the head coach of the Miami Dolphins.

Brian Francisco Flores bio

Early life Of Brian Francisco Flores 

Flores grew up in the Brownsville area of Brooklyn, New York, with Honduran parents.

Flores attended Poly Prep Country Day School in Brooklyn and played linebacker at Boston College from 1999 to 2002. He couldn’t play in the NFL due to injuries. Flores grew up a Giants and Mets supporter.

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Brian Francisco Flores’s Coaching job

Flores joined the Patriots as a scouting assistant in 2004, the same year the team won its third Super Bowl. He joined Bill Belichick’s coaching staff in 2008 as a special teams assistant and remained there until the end of the 2009 season. In 2010, he became an offensive/special teams, assistant coach.

In 2011, he was promoted to defensive assistant, when Flores and the Patriots fell 21–17 to the New York Giants in a rematch of Super Bowl XLII. Safeties coach since 2012. During his four years as safeties coach, the Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX. Flores took over as linebackers coach in 2016.

In Super Bowl LI, Flores and the Patriots rallied from a 3–28 deficit to win 34–28, the first Super Bowl decided in overtime. Longtime assistant Matt Patricia resigned to become head coach of the Detroit Lions after the Patriots lost Super Bowl LII to the Philadelphia Eagles, and Flores took over the defensive playcalling duties but not the defensive coordinator title.

In Super Bowl LIII, the Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13–3 in a rematch of Super Bowl XXXVI and the lowest-scoring Super Bowl ever.

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NFL and teams in Lawsuits

Flores filed a class-action lawsuit against the NFL, Dolphins, Broncos, and Giants on February 1, 2022.

 According to the suit, the New York Giants hired Brian Daboll as head coach before interviewing any minority candidates, citing text conversations from New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick and media sources. The Giants supposedly chose Daboll before an interview with Flores on January 27.

Mr. Flores further claims that Dolphins owner Stephen Ross urged him to tank (deliberately lose games) by promising him $100,000 every game lost in order to improve the Dolphins’ draft selections the next season. Ross sacked him and lied about why he did so after he won two straight seasons and refused to sink.

The Palm Beach Post said it was Tom Brady.  Flores also accused John Elway and the Broncos management of conducting another bogus head coach interview with him in 2019. 

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Brian Francisco Flores conterversy

Controversies Relate To Brian Francisco Flores 

Mr. Flores is suing three NFL clubs as well as the league for being “racially separated and administered like a plantation”.

The Dolphins dismissed Flores, a Black man, this month after guiding the team to back-to-back winning seasons for the first time since 2003. The action seeks unspecified damages in Manhattan federal court.

Flores’ complaint presents a Dolphins club with a disturbing culture. He claims he was paid $100,000 for every game his club lost in 2019 to improve his selection position in 2020. Flores claims Dolphins owner Stephen Ross was enraged when the club won late in the season, endangering Miami’s draught position.

A “prominent quarterback” would have violated the league’s tampering guidelines, according to the claim. Flores claims he was then cast as an “angry Black man” and “treated with contempt”.

The NFL has long been criticized for its lack of coaching diversity. The NFL now has just one Black head coach, Mike Tomlin of the Pittsburgh Steelers, despite having almost two-thirds Black players. The complaint also points out that just 12% of offensive coordinators, 34% of defensive coordinators. And 19% of general managers are Black.

Both the Denver Broncos and the New York Giants are mentioned in the case. Allegedly, both clubs met with Flores to meet the Rooney Rule. Which requires teams to interview at least one minority candidate for head coaching jobs. It was evident two Broncos officials, including Hall of Fame quarterback John Elway. He had been drinking significantly the night before, Flores alleges.

In Flores’ case

The Giants interviewed him knowing they would hire a white applicant. Flores includes a text message from Bill Belichick, the Patriots head coach. Belichick texted Flores to congratulate him on the New York Giants job.

He later texted: “Sorry — I messed up. I checked twice and misinterpreted it. Brian Daboll, I believe. Sorry.” Daboll became the Giants’ new coach two days later.

“We are delighted and confident with the recruiting process of Brian Daboll. We interviewed a great bunch of prospects. “Brian Flores was in the running to be our head coach until the last minute,” the Giants declared Tuesday. “We hired the person we believed was the best equipped to be our new head coach.”

Flores expressed his hope for broader reform in a statement sent by his legal team. The necessity for change outweighs his own ambitions, he says. I know that by filing the class action case today, I am jeopardizing coaching the game I love and that has done so much for me and my family. The goal is that by speaking out against institutional racism in the NFL, others will join me in making positive changes for future generations.

The complaint also referred to the NFL’s power imbalance, as white owners and coaches benefit from a violent and physically harmful sport dominated by Black players. Shahid Khan, a Pakistani-American, is the only person of color to buy an NFL club fully. Kim Pegula, an Asian American, is a Buffalo Bills co-owner.

The NFL is racially divided and run like a plantation, the complaint claims. “Its 32 owners, none of whom are Black, earn handsomely from the work of 70% Black NFL players. They sit in luxurious boxes high above NFL stadiums. 

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