New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick lashed out at the team's former video assistant Friday, saying in a televised interview that Matt Walsh was a low-level staffer who was fired for "poor job performance"
Matt Walsh, the former New England video assistant, is set to tell NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and U.S. Senator Arlen Specter what he knows about the Patriots' videotaping policies in separate meetings Tuesday.
ESPN.com compiles the Spygate saga's timeline of events and disclosures leading to Tuesday's meetings between former Patriots' video assistant Matt Walsh and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, and between Walsh and Sen. Arlen Specter.
As much as many people would like to dismiss Spygate, several questions remain. It's Roger Goodell's job to seek answers to those questions when he meets with Matt Walsh on Tuesday, writes Sal Paolantonio.
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, according to a published report, doesn't think the NFL really wants to speak to ex-Patriots video assistant Matt Walsh. Specter wants Goodell to release letters exchanged between the league's and Walsh's lawyers.
Even with all the telephone calls he's been avoiding in the last week, since his name came up in the NFL's Spygate affair, Matt Walsh isn't complaining. On a gorgeous Saturday morning, he sat in a chair with an easy smile on his face.