The New England Patriots' head coach may testify in the double-murder trial of a former player.

FOX's Gurnal Scott with the story:

Bill Belichick, who earlier this month won his fifth Super Bowl with New England, could possibly take the stand for the defense team of Aaron Hernandez.

Hernandez, a former Patriots' tight end is charged in the drive-by shooting deaths of two men in 2012. In addition to Belichick, New England's offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels could also testify. The process of selecting a jury is already underway with March 1 set as the date to begin trial.

Hernandez is already serving a prison sentence for the 2013 of a man dating his fiance's sister.

Gurnal Scott, FOX News.

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