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News Blitz 2/9: Heading into a Super offseason

Today’s News Blitz includes continued breakdowns of Super Bowl LI as well as some early looking ahead to the offseason.

In just a matter days the Patriots are transitioning from Super Bowl glory and the excitement of a celebratory parade to the offseason.

As Bill Belichick said the morning after Super Bowl LI, New England is five weeks behind the rest of the NFL in terms of turning the page toward free agency, the draft and roster building for 2017.

The Boston Globe looks at the tweets of free-agent-to-be Martellus Bennett and surmises that the tight end’s offseason plans don’t seem to include much football. Elsewhere the* Globe breaks down some of the key adjustments the Patriots made to come back in Super Bowl LI. The *Globe notes Nate Solder’s joking Twitter message for Bill Belichick on Wednesday.

The Boston Herald says that after Super Bowl euphoria of watching her son lead the greatest comeback in history, **Galynn Brady’s cancer treatments continue in California**. The* Herald* has a look at the Browns interest in trading for Patriots backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. The Herald offers up an early forecast for the New England roster this offseason. The Herald notes that the Patriots are already the Vegas favorite to win Super Bowl LII.

The *Providence Journal *looks at the Super memories that New England LI win provided its fans.

With days of hindsight to go on, now says that Sunday’s Super Bowl comeback by the Patriots was “more probable than not.” passes along Hightower saying his return to New England “is up in the air right now.” has the league's V.P. of officiating, Dean Blandino, explaining the review process on James White’s Super Bowl LI game-winning touchdown. grades the rookie classes for each of the four AFC East teams this season, with the Patriots getting a solid B. says it's time to stop the Brady vs. Joe Montana debate.'s updated mock draft has New England landing versatile Michigan safety Jabrill Peppers with the 32nd pick. Big surprise, the Patriots are atop’s final power rankings.

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