By Paul KenyonAs usually happens with the Patriots, any fun that took place during the mini-vacation was forgotten by the time the players were back at work.
It was business as usual Tuesday as the Pats returned from a four-day break on their bye week. The focus shifted immediately to the Pittsburgh Steelers, the opponent on Sunday.
``We're getting back in here to start working again,'' said linebacker Rob Ninkovich. ``It's good to have those few days to get your body back. You feel refreshed. You're ready to get back to speed in your preparation. . . It's good to have a couple days to relax and put your feet up. Your body feels good. Now, it's getting back up to speed.''
There was some news made during the break by tight end Rob Gronkowski. But, since it was not the type of news the Patriots like, everyone appeared to be under orders to keep a lid on it to try and let it go away.
Gronkowski returned to Arizona, where he played college football, and had some pictures taken with ...