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Patriots Stealing Signals Against Jets?

ESPN.com reports that a cameraman may have been up to some mischief during yesterday’s opening game of the Patriot’s NFL season.

The Patriots’ cameraman was suspected of aiming his camera at the Jets’ defensive coaches who were sending signals to their unit on the field, the sources said. The league also is investigating some radio frequency issues that occurred during the game.

The same cameraman has apparently been in trouble for these kind of actions before. In a game against the Green Bay Packers last year on November 19, 2006, he was escorted off of the field by NFL security.
The camera and its recordings were confiscated and sent to the NFL competition committee. Both teams declined to comment on the story.

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