My five cents1New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul's 66 tackles were 20 fewer than in 2011. His 6.5 sacks were 10 fewer than a year ago. He did not adjust to seeing a lot more double teams and chip blocks, and Giants general manager Jerry Reese is hoping Michael Strahan can help. Reese wants Strahan to talk to Pierre-Paul in the off-season.2New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick picked Chip Kelly's brain about the no-huddle offense last off-season. The Patriots ran a league-high 1,191 plays, or 74.4 per game. They were the only team in the league to average more than 70. It didn't help the Patriots in the playoffs, though, as Tom Brady fell to 7-7 in his past 14 postseason games after starting 9-0.3Chicago Bears kick returner Devin Hester wants to continue his career, but he hopes it will be with another team. Hester, 30, had only 23 receptions for 242 yards last season. He has an NFL-record 18 punt and kick returns for touchdowns in his career, but he has gone 25 games without one. Hester, who is schedule to make $2.1 million in the final year of his contract, could ask for a trade.4Aaron Rodgers will be following the Joe Flacco contract negotiations closely. The Green Bay Packers quarterback has two years left on his six-year, $65 million deal, which will pay him $9.25 million in 2013 and $10.5 million in 2014. Flacco becomes a free agent next month and could command $20 million per season after winning the Super Bowl.5The Atlanta Falcons are in no hurry to extend Matt Ryan's contract, though they believe he is their franchise quarterback. Ryan, 56-22 in the regular season, will make $10 million in 2013, the final year of his contract.