There has been speculation of changes to the Patriots’ coaching lineup following their Super Bowl defeat. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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If Gronkowski does retire, it would leave a gaping hole in the Patriots' offense.Gronkowski is one of the favored targets of quarterback Tom Brady.Brady, who will be 41 when the next season gets under way, said Sunday he had not altered his career plans in light of the loss.Offensive co-ordinator Josh McDaniels, with whom Brady has forged a close relationship, is expected to leave in the summer to pursue a head coaching job with the Indianapolis Colts.As well as McDaniels' expected departure, head coach Bill Belichick is also likely to have to find a new defensive co-ordinator, with Matt Patricia linked to a move as head coach of the Detroit Lions.
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