The owner's meetings wrapped up in Phoenix on Tuesday with the annual coaches' breakfast, and Bill Belichick fielded a variety of questions. Although he wasn't willing to expand on most of them, there were a few specific phrases he used repeatedly.
Around the league, opposing coaches aren't sad to see Rob Gronkowski retire, according to the Boston Globe.
The other item of interest that was taken care of on Tuesday involved some rules changes, specifically the ability to know have pass interference penalties reviewed.
The Globe also writes that the Patriots additional salary cap space may have come at a price.
The Boston Herald is curious about the lack of reported movement on Tom Brady's contact.
The Providence Journal chats with Eagles coach Doug Pederson, who believes his former defensive end Michael Bennett has plenty left in the tank. They also spoke with Redskins coach Jay Gruden about wide receiver Maurice Harris.
On a recent podcast, Raiders receiver Antonio Brown discussed how the Patriots were interested in trading for him before Pittsburgh sent him to Oakland.
The Boston Sports Journal believes Minnesota's Kyle Rudolph would be the best possible replacement for Gronkowski if the Vikings choose to deal him.