The Patriots dominated 90% of the sports coverage this morning, but there are a few other articles out there this morning as well:

Alex Speier says that even with Jed Hoyer as the new GM of the Padres, there is a good chance that Adrian Gonzalez could remain off-limits to the Red Sox. Tony Massarotti and Michael Silverman report on the Red Sox declining the 2010 contract option on shortstop Alex Gonzalez, but say that the Red Sox may still talk to him about coming back next season.

Tim Weisberg has the Celtics getting a bit of a breather after a tough, whirlwind first eight games of the season. Steve Bulpett says that the Celtics are not impressed with their 7-1 start to the season. Julian Benbow examines the Celtics lust for the 3-point shot in the early going of the season.

Fluto Shinzawa looks back at the Bruins well-rounded 4-2 win over the Sabres on Saturday night. Rich Thompson has the Bruins finally getting their power play going in the win.