Landon Collins strangely prefers Eli Apple to Bill Belichick

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Even though Bill Belichick shot the rumors down and said he "absolutely" intends on returning to the Patriots on Monday, it didn't stop the rumors from continuing to come out of NY with Belichick potentially going to the Giants. Why he would do it, I don't know. He's got another stellar recruiting class on the way.

With the recent rumors of a power struggle within the New England Patriots and a possible move of Bill Belichick to the New York Giants, safety Landon Collins said that, while Belichick is a great victor, he doesn't want that type of coach around him.

While the Giants job is open after Ben McAdoo was sacked December 4, there are tons of questions about a team that went just 3-13 in 2017. "These are things that I know that I cannot do forever, but they're certainly things that I have enjoyed and hope I can continue to enjoy in the future".

Cowherd then asked Arians what job Saban coveted and he answered with the Giants.

"Because they're the New York Giants", Arians said.

Collins played three seasons at Tuscaloosa from 2012-14, being a part of the team's BCS national title squad as a freshman when Alabama defeated Notre Dame 42-14.

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Would Saban leave that foundation for the Giants? Saban also recently signed an extension that will reportedly pay him $65 million over the next eight years and possibly another $5.6 million in incentives.

However, Saban isn't interested in becoming the Giants head coach, according to Paul Schwartz of the New York Post.

So Saban would be expensive, and it would be a hefty price to pay that for a guy who has not had the same kind of success in the National Football League has he has in college. The Alabama coach had two stints in the National Football League before going to Alabama.

Meanwhile, the Giants interviewed Panthers defensive coordinator Steve Wilks on Tuesday and plan to interview former Broncos running backs coach Eric Studesville on Wednesday. He was the defensive coordinator for the Cleveland Browns from 1991 to 1994 and was the Miami Dolphins head coach from 2005-06.

Saban had already left town, taking over as head coach at Michigan State following the 1994 season, but Belichick was still in place.