After the big meeting, five things we learned about Spygate

The Patriots got their just desserts for stealing signals. But Matt Walsh, the media and even the Rams share responsibility for Spygate, John Clayton writes.

Originally Published: May 13, 2008
By John Clayton | ESPN.com

Spygate is over, now that former New England Patriots videographer Matt Walsh had no new evidence to reopen the investigation.

The meeting in New York with commissioner Roger Goodell lasted almost 3½ hours. Walsh offered two minor revelations, but neither will result in additional fines to the Patriots or coach Bill Belichick. Walsh admitted he was involved in the scalping of some Super Bowl tickets. He also had knowledge of a player on the Patriots' injured reserve list practicing ...

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