New England Patriots

FOXBOROUGH, MASSACHUSETTS - SEPTEMBER 27: Chase Winovich #50 of the New England Patriots celebrates a fourth quarter touchdown by Deatrich Wise #91 against the Las Vegas Raiders at Gillette Stadium on September 27, 2020 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. (Photo by Adam Glanzman/Getty Images)

By Alex Barth,

Put on your tinfoil hats, it’s time to recap the latest Chase Winovich apperance on 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Zolak & Bertrand.

But before they got to the conspiracy theories, Winovich was asked about his lack of playing time against Denver.

“You got to trust the process. That’s all I’m gonna say,” he replied when asked. “At the end of the day, certain things are out of my control and my job is to prepare the best that I can. And whatever it may be, you know, it is. That’s the best thing I could say about that. You’ve just got to trust the process.

“Playing for New England is a obviously huge honor. I always talk about that. And with Coach Belichick, he’s an incredible coach,” Winovich continued. “He’s the man with the plan and whatever he says goes. And if he says go in the game, then I go in the game and try to give him the best effort to make, you know, help the team win.”

Winovich also talked about playing on the interior of the offensive line, something he did more in Week 6 than he had at any point this season.

“It’s a little different. It just depends on if it’s a run down, or if it’s a pass down,” he explained. “Because if it’s a pass, it doesn’t really matter if you go in against guards or tackles. It’s almost easier in some ways to go inside on pass…And run, I mean, you’ve got to really, really bring it because some of those boys are pretty big now.”

At the end of the interview, the guys got into some conspiracy talk with Winovich.

On the Loch Ness Monster: “Not real.”

On the JFK assassination: “I think there’s multiple shooters.”

On crop circles: “I think those are just made by farmers. Though Signs is a great movie, great cinematography too.”

And finally, the Michigan product was asked if he would rather get an Ohio State tattoo, or cut off his trademark hair.

All right, I want to make this clear,” he started. “Under no circumstance would I ever get the Ohio State logo or tattoo on my body anywhere. My hair will grow back. But even if I had to to shave it off and keep it that way, there’s no circumstance that I would I would get that tattoo.”

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Alex Barth is a writer and digital producer for Any opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of 98.5 The Sports Hub, Beasley Media Group, or any subsidiaries. Thoughts? Comments? Questions? Looking for a podcast guest? Let him know on Twitter @RealAlexBarth or via email at