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News Blitz 2/6: Wilfork, Kraft want more

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Championships bring an euphoric ending to a season, and for some a career. John Elway is one of the NFL legends who went out in storybook style by retiring after his second Super Bowl win.

That was great for Elway, but Patriots defensive tackle Vince Wilfork has no such plans. The Boston Globe Patriots notebook relays Wilfork's comments on WEEI sports radio saying, "I still have a lot of football left in me."

Elsewhere the Globe takes a look at the NFL's youngest Super Bowl-winning team and New England's chances of repeating in 2015. Bill Belichick will appear on CBS' "Late Show with David Letterman" next Wednesday.

The Boston Herald has a Patriots roster breakdown with an eye on 2015. Herald columnist Steve Buckley talks to Robert Kraft, who's already eyeing Super Bowl 50 as well as a possible MLS Cup for the New England Revolution.

The Herald's Ron Borges breaks down soon-to-be Hall of Famer Charles Haley saying Tom Brady's Super Bowls are "tainted." Karen Guregian looks back at how clutch Danny Amendola was when it mattered most for the Patriots.

ESPNBoston.com offers fans an interactive look at New England's would-be free agents. The site passes along an Associated Press story noting that President Obama called Bill Belichick to offer his congratulations on the Super Bowl win and formerly invite the champions to visit the White House.

WEEI.com's John Tomase lists some of the NFL free agents that the Patriots should target this spring, while Chris Price reports that New England signed its entire practice squad to futures contracts.

CSNNE.com breaks down Brandon Browner's role in Malcolm Butler's Super Bowl-sealing interception. Wilfork talks about how much it bothers him to hear people question and criticize Brady.

NFL.com lists Patriots safety Devin McCourty as the ninth-best free agent set to hit the open market this spring.

710x380-20150206-vince.jpg

Championships bring an euphoric ending to a season, and for some a career. John Elway is one of the NFL legends who went out in storybook style by retiring after his second Super Bowl win.

That was great for Elway, but Patriots defensive tackle Vince Wilfork has no such plans. The Boston Globe Patriots notebook relays Wilfork's comments on WEEI sports radio saying, "I still have a lot of football left in me."

Elsewhere the Globe takes a look at the NFL's youngest Super Bowl-winning team and New England's chances of repeating in 2015. Bill Belichick will appear on CBS' "Late Show with David Letterman" next Wednesday.

The Boston Herald has a Patriots roster breakdown with an eye on 2015. Herald columnist Steve Buckley talks to Robert Kraft, who's already eyeing Super Bowl 50 as well as a possible MLS Cup for the New England Revolution.

The Herald's Ron Borges breaks down soon-to-be Hall of Famer Charles Haley saying Tom Brady's Super Bowls are "tainted." Karen Guregian looks back at how clutch Danny Amendola was when it mattered most for the Patriots.

ESPNBoston.com offers fans an interactive look at New England's would-be free agents. The site passes along an Associated Press story noting that President Obama called Bill Belichick to offer his congratulations on the Super Bowl win and formerly invite the champions to visit the White House.

WEEI.com's John Tomase lists some of the NFL free agents that the Patriots should target this spring, while Chris Price reports that New England signed its entire practice squad to futures contracts.

CSNNE.com breaks down Brandon Browner's role in Malcolm Butler's Super Bowl-sealing interception. Wilfork talks about how much it bothers him to hear people question and criticize Brady.

NFL.com lists Patriots safety Devin McCourty as the ninth-best free agent set to hit the open market this spring.

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