WATSON BELIEVES IN CHANGE: Patriots TE Benjamin Watson caught up with Boston Globe colleague Christopher L. Gasper Thursday night at a charity appearance, and said that he believes Shane Waldron is a good fit as the team's new tight ends coach. "Last year he was doing a lot with the offense, and he was in all of our meetings and everything. He didn't have the title of coach, but he was definitely involved in the planning and the breaking down of film and stuff like that, so it's great for him to have a chance to move up and have an official title. ..."
BUSINESS-FILLED OFFSEASON FOR MIKE VRABEL: One of the big stories of the NFL offseason is the NFL Players Association and its search for a new executive director. As Mark Maske of the Washington Post reports, the list of finalists has been narrowed to three by an executive committee that includes Patriots LB Mike Vrabel. Vrabel is the Patriots' player representative and has taken an active role in helping the players association transition following the death of Gene Upshaw.
RANDY MOSS TD CATCH VS. JETS: NFL.com has video of the Top 10 catches of the 2008 season -- from a segment aired on NFL Network -- and Randy Moss's end-of-regulation touchdown reception against the Jets is in the mix. After viewing the catches, co-hosts Rich Eisen and Rod Woodson seem to agree that Moss's grab should be ranked higher.