The often media shy Randy Mossshows a different side of himself at his home in Rand, West Virginia. "This is where I'm able to let my hair down and put my feet up," Moss said in an interview with the Boston Globe. "These people see me and spend time with me, so I feel like they know and understand me. This is home."
Moss explains how growing up in a small, low-income area has kept him humble. "Being from here, it helps me stay grounded, because there weren't many things to look forward to, not many people to look up to. That's why I feel lucky and very, very blessed to be successful, and why I'll never get carried away with that success."
It appears that tackle Nick Kaczurhas reached a conclusion in his legal situation. The *Providence Journal *explains more on the outcome.
On the eve of training camp, only one Patriots draftee has still not signed. The Globe speculates on what may be holding up negotiations with first-round pick LB Jerod Mayo. You'll also find a story about why a new coach may have been the Pats' biggest offseason acquisition.
Elsewhere, the *Boston Herald *reports on those players it expects to have an impact this season as we head into training camp.
With the defensive line coming into camp healthier than it has been in previous seasons and the cornerback position returning with several question marks, the *Providence Journal *analyzes the two units.
Finally, ESPN.com has published a list of the NFL's most indespensible players and it is no suprise that QB Tom Brady finds himself included in the conversation.