Bill Belichick says football side had ‘100 percent zero involvement’ with videotaping incident

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The New England Patriots are being investigated by the NFL over a videotaping incident that occurred during the Cincinnati Bengals’ game against the Cleveland Browns.

Not surprisingly, head coach Bill Belichick denies him or his coaching staff is in any way involved with the videotaping incident.

A person, identified as a Robert Kraft employee, was reportedly videotaping the Bengals’ sideline for at least one quarter. Then, when confronted about the videotape, the employee is said to have asked if they could just delete the tape and move on.

The Patriots have said that they were there to film one of their own scouts for a feature the team produced called, “Do Your Job.”