"He comes in regularly. He's there every day," Belichick said
Wednesday night during a motivational speech to a crowd of 1,300.
"It was a serious situation, and he's getting better," said
Belichick. "Tedy is Tedy. He's an upbeat guy. He has a smile on
his face like he always does."
There has been little information released publicly about the
31-year-old's condition since he left Massachusetts General
Hospital in Boston on Feb. 18.
His wife, Heidi, had called 911 two days earlier, saying her
husband was experiencing "blurred vision, numbness on the right
side of his body."
There has been no word from the team or the family on whether
Bruschi will resume his football career.
A nine-year veteran, Bruschi has been a key member of the
defense that helped New England win three of the last four Super
Bowls. Bruschi played in his first Pro Bowl this year in Hawaii.