Jets Reportedly Prompted Investigation of Patriots Sideline Staff During Game

October 31, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The New York Jets filed an inquiry with the National Football League during their Week 7 loss to the New England Patriots to determine the identity of two individuals on the Patriots sideline. 
Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald initially reported the Jets' complaint:
Due to a complaint initiated by the Jets, the NFL swept the Jets' locker room for bugs Sunday and interrogated three Patriots employees during the second quarter of the game, which resulted in a 30-23 victory for the Pats at Gillette Stadium, according to a source.
No wrongdoing was found, but the level of interrogation used was unprecedented, the source said.
According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, Robert Mastroddi, New York's security director, brought the issue to light during the third quarter of last week's game:
Jets Security Director Robert Mastroddi made an inquiry with NFL Security regarding the presence of two individuals wearing headsets and Patriots attire, who w...

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