The games may be gone for now, but New England is still benefiting from All-Pro tight end Rob Gronkowski's contributions.
Before he put up a couple touchdowns in the Patriots Super Bowl LII loss to the Eagles, Gronkowski had a series of raffles to raise money through his Gronk Nation Youth Foundation.
The Boston Globe has news that on Tuesday, Gronkowski was in Maine to make a $25,000 donation to The Barbara Bush Children's Hospital at Maine Medical Center.
The Boston Herald writes about Gronkowski bringing a donation, and fun, to Boston Children's Hospital.
The Providence Journal covers Gronk stopping by the Hasbro Children's Hospital in Providence.
ESPNBoston.com looks at things to love about the Patriots this Valentine's Day, including Stephon Gilmore's huge improvements over the second half of his first season in New England.
WEEI.com writes that the idea of former Pro Bowl tight end Jimmy Graham joining the Patriots as a free agent isn't as crazy as it may sound.
NBC Sports Boston offers up one final report card for the entirety of the Patriots 2017 season.
NFL.com lists Patriots tight end Dwayne Allen as a possible notable AFC cut this offseason, after just one year in New England. NFL.com has New England landing Stanford DT Harrison Phillips in an early mock draft.
NESN.com also passes along the reasoning for Graham to consider joining the Patriots.
247Sports.com poses the possibility of the Patriots going without a defensive coordinator in a titular sense in 2018.