Friday, October 30, 2015

The NFL Swept The Patriots’ Opposing Locker Room For Bugs

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Sira Anamwong 

There’s A Crazy Theory As To Why

Hey, did you know that the Patriots have been accused of cheating once or twice in the past? Well, they have! And it appears that some people around the NFL are not forgetting that anytime soon.

According to the latest reports, the NFL conducted a sweep of the opponent’s locker room prior to the Patriots’ October 25 contest against the New York Jets at Gillette Stadium. Those reports indicate that the primary focus of the search was to find bugs discreetly planted for the purpose of eavesdropping.

The Patriots have never been caught using listening devices in the opposing locker room, but rumors of such have emerged in the past, most recently in Sports Illustrated‘s examination of the Pats’ history of breaking and bending the rules.

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