On this SportsNation show that is on ESPN2 and on the radio, Michelle Beadle just reported that Rex Ryan went out to the practice field today with a shovel and buried the game ball from the Pats game to symbolize the team putting the loss behind them. There was some shallow discussion (and criticism) about this motivational tactic, and Beadle said that Belichick went through the halls of Gillette's offices and removed all the trophies and memorabilia, pictures whatever, from the Super Bowl wins to keep the team modest and not become complacent on past success. I've read a lot about all the photos and other things they do at the stadium (interesting tidbit: Watson's pursuit of Bailey is the only photo from a losing game in the collection) but I never read this. Any insight or comments from players? I never heard or read this.