If Goodell asks tough questions, Spygate could finally die

As much as many people would like to dismiss Spygate, several questions remain. It's Roger Goodell's job to seek answers to those questions when he meets with Matt Walsh on Tuesday, writes Sal Paolantonio.

Originally Published: May 12, 2008
By Sal Paolantonio | ESPN.com

In the days since former New England Patriots video assistant Matt Walsh emerged from his Maui hideaway and surrendered eight tapes to the NFL, there has been a hasty conclusion that the whole sordid Spygate affair is finally finished -- a judgment reached by some of the media before NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has had the chance to depose Walsh by asking some tough, pointed questions.

That's a bad idea. The world of pro football has waited since February for Walsh to step before ...

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