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December 10, 2019
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick says neither he nor his coaching staff has watched any video footage shot by an in-house production team now at the center of an NFL investigation for inappropriately filming the Cincinnati Bengals’ sideline at a recent game. (READ MORE) by KYLE HIGHTOWER | AP
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick was mum when asked about a team videographer taping the Bengals’ sideline for a documentary during the first quarter of the Cincinnati’s game versus the Cleveland Browns.
Belichick referred to the Patriots statement that was released Monday night.
“I think we released a statement that covers everything, so hopefully that takes care of the explanation of it,” Belichick said on a Tuesday conference call. (READ MORE) by Tyler Dragon | Cincinnati Enquirer
There’s been plenty of reaction to the Patriots videotaping the Bengals’ sideline during Cincinnati’s matchup against the Browns last Sunday. After a statement was released by the team on Monday, explaining that the filming was a part of their ongoing series, “Do your job”, in which they were profiling one of their scouts, some remained skeptical of the Patriots’ intentions. The incident has been referred to as the “Spygate sequel”, and Bob Kravitz, the reporter who broke the Deflategate news in 2015, poked fun at another controversy circling the team. (READ MORE) by Deyscha Smith | Boston.com Staff