INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Less than an hour after losing the Super Bowl again, Tom Brady slowly slipped on his dark vest and suit jacket and walked to the postgame podium.
The next time he puts on his New England Patriots uniform, he hopes to start another, more successful, run toward the NFL championship.
In the offseason, the Patriots need to improve their defense and running game and come up with a deep receiving threat.
They've had great success in recent drafts and have two picks in the first round and two in the second this April. Coach Bill Belichick plans to attend the NFL scouting combine in less than three weeks at Lucas Oil Stadium, where the Patriots lost the Super Bowl to the New York Giants 21-17 on Sunday.