By KYLE HIGHTOWER
AP Sports Writer
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Bill Belichick is open to letting someone else handle personnel duties if he remains with the New England Patriots. The Patriots coach also confirmed during his season-ending news conference that he remains under contract, though he didn’t specify the length of its current terms. New England’s 17-3 loss to the New York Jets cemented a 4-13 record for the Patriots, Belichick’s worst record in his 29-year NFL head coaching career. It’s left his status for next season up in the air as he prepares to meet with team owner Robert Kraft about his future. That meeting was expected to take place this week, possibly as early as Monday.