NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and staff members began viewing the eight tapes within hours of their long-awaited delivery, in anticipation of a scheduled interview next Tuesday with former Patriots video assistant Matt Walsh.
The NFL will receive eight new tapes from former Patriots video assistant Matt Walsh this week. That's enough to have the Patriots and the league breaking out in a cold sweat even without a Super Bowl walk-through, writes ESPN.com's Mike Fish.
Former Patriots video assistant Matt Walsh, who has told ESPN.com he has potentially damaging information about the team's taping practices, reached an agreement Wednesday to meet with league officials and turn over whatever evidence he might have.
The NFL and Matt Walsh are close to an agreement that will allow Walsh to divulge, with legal protection, what he knows about Spygate. Apparently, though, that won't happen immediately, writes ESPN.com's Mike Fish.
Sen. Arlen Specter listened to Roger Goodell's explanations for the league's actions regarding Spygate, but didn't hear satisfactory answers and will continue his investigation, writes ESPN.com's Mike Fish.
Matt Walsh, the third man on a three-man video team for the New England Patriots during the beginning of their run to dominance, suggests there might be more to 'Spygate' than we know, writes ESPN.com's Mike Fish.