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Spygate Rears its Ugly Head

Conveniently, the Spygate scandal has popped back up just two days before Super Bowl XLII. Republican U.S. Senator Arlen Specter now wants NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to appear before Congress to answer questions about allegedly destroying tapes received from the Patriots in connection with the taping scandal from Week 1.

Specter is specifically interested in finding out if Goodell ordered the destruction of more taped signals in order to save the NFL and the Patriots more disgrace.

Goodell said today he has nothing to hide and will meet with Congress if asked.

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  1. People who are still talking about Spygate simply don’t know how much of a non-issue it is. Belichick broke a rule of Goodell’s. He was not fined for cheating, he was fined for blatantly ignoring Goodell’s ruling to not have cameras on the sideline.

    How does that rich white Republican not see it this way?

    Posted by KC | February 1, 2008, 9:17 pm

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