The NFL owners' meetings are underway in Phoenix and Patriots boss Robert Kraft spent some time with the media on Monday.
In a bit of a surprise, Bill Belichick took part in the annual coaches photo as well.
Ben Volin of the Boston Globe says the NFL is eyeing two teams for Los Angeles in the near future.
Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald writes about Kraft having to place his trust in Belichick when it came to allowing Darrelle Revis to leave. Howe also writes about a proposal that would prevent woozy players from remaining in the game, which could have possibly impacted Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman late in the Super Bowl.
CSNNE.com's Tom E. Curran discusses Kraft's team-building philosophy.
Ron Borges, also of the Herald, writes about Kraft's intentions to [bringing Hall of Famers to Israel](bringing Hall of Famers to Israel).
The Patriot Ledger's Glen Farley says the Patriots are still the team to beat in the AFC East but the gap may be closing.
Kevin Duffy of the Springfield Republican believesRob Gronkowskiand Scott Chandler could be a devastating tight end duo.