Former New England Patriots employee turned over the eight tapes to National Football Commissioner. All eight tapes were to show footage of the teams that were videotaped and the value of the tape's content that New England received from knowing opponent's sideline signals which are used to set up defensive formations.
When members of the committee sat down to view each tape, they got more than they bargained for. It appears that the Patriots were actually taping the other team's cheerleaders and then selling the tapes on his own secret adult web site. Tape after tape only had videos of different cheerleaders dancing, doing high leg kicks (which somehow, Walsh got extreme close up's of) which made the videos "piping hot" and easy to be sold to his customers on his Adult Web Site.
The Commissioner, who announced this fact yesterday, said the tapes could raise some doubts as to the N.E. Patriots use of these tapes to study the opponent's secret sideline signals.
The committee stated, however, that the tapes would have to be watched four or five times before they could make any future judgements against New England. The members of his "inner circle" also said they wanted to review the tapes four or five times before offering any recommendations.
The only comment, was made by the man running the camera. "I'll bet you wouldn't believe how many people will pay to see "cheerleader" videos!" Since the Patriots released Walsh, he told us he is now sending out resumes as a videographer, to College Football teams and to High School football teams. He said he is also considering High School basketball teams.