Report: Patriots Strength And Conditioning Coach Harold Nash Won’t Return

The New England Patriots’ high number of injuries in 2015 had repercussions.

Patriots strength and conditioning coach Harold Nash won’t return to the team in 2016, sources told ESPN’s Field Yates and Mike Reiss on Wednesday. Nash has been with the Patriots since 2005, when he began as an assistant strength and conditioning coach. He took over in the main role for Mike Woicik in 2011.

It’s unclear who will take over for Nash, but Moses Cabrera has served as assistant strength and conditioning coach since 2011.

Head coach Bill Belichick said Wednesday on WEEI’s “Dale & Holley” that the Patriots had decisions to make with coaches whose contracts are up.

The Patriots also aren’t retaining offensive line coach Dave DeGuglielmo, Belichick confirmed on his radio spot.

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