Former Patriots assistant coach sends 8 tapes to the NFL

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Matt Walsh, a former Patriots Assistant Coach, sent 8 tapes to the NFL, showing them recording players and coaches signals from 2000-2002.

Walsh’s tapes show that the Patriots recorded the signals of offensive and defensive coaches in regular-season games against the Miami Dolphins, the Buffalo Bills, the Cleveland Browns and the San Diego Chargers and against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2002 American Football Conference championship game. In that game, the tape has been edited to show Steelers coaches signaling plays, followed by two different camera angles of the actual plays that were called.

The tapes don’t include from the Rams run throughs from their Super Bowl matchup in 2001. Many people in the media speculated that Walsh was responsible for that tape.

Matt Walsh worked for the Patriots from 1997-2003. That was around the time the they first started winning Super Bowls. Coincidence? I think not. You all saw what happened this year in the Super Bowl when they don’t cheat.

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