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Sport Patriots reportedly suspend videographer who filmed Bengals sideline

23:45  15 december  2019
23:45  15 december  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

Latest Patriots videotaping controversy appears to be overblown

  Latest Patriots videotaping controversy appears to be overblown According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Patriots were filming a segment for a feature called “Do Your Job,” and they had permission from the Browns. Patriots’ advance scout was not filming but being filmed, per a league source. He was being filmed for a feature the team produced called, "Do Your Job.

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Footage of the Bengals ' sideline recorded by the Patriots , which prompted an NFL investigation, was aired Sunday Bruschi on Pats' cameras in Cleveland: ' Who thought this was a good idea?' (1:23). The Patriots have acknowledged their production crew inappropriately filmed the field and sideline

A form of discipline has already been handed down stemming from the incident in which the New England Patriots illegally filmed the Cincinnati Bengals’ sideline last weekend, but it did not come from the NFL.

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The Patriots have suspended the videographer who took footage of Cincinnati’s sideline in Cleveland last week, Ben Volin of The Boston Globe reports. The employee has been identified as Dave Mondillo, who has been a longtime producer for Kraft Sports and Entertainment.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick immediately distanced himself from the videotaping incident after it became public. Belichick is reportedly livid over it, so it makes sense that the employee responsible has been suspended if he truly was not operating at the directive of Belichick or any member of the football operations department.

Patriots admit video crew violated league policy, say it was unintentional

  Patriots admit video crew violated league policy, say it was unintentional The Patriots have admitted that a video crew they sent to Sunday’s Bengals-Browns game violated league policy by filming the field from the press box. But the team says it was a mistake, not an attempt to cheat. In a statement issued Monday night, the Patriots indicated the filming was done for content on the [more]

The repercussions for the Patriots ’ admitted taping of the Bengals ’ sideline appear to be coming into focus. The league is likely to penalize the Patriots and is considering discipline in line with recent That could reportedly mean a fine of hundreds of thousands of dollars and the potential loss or

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A video of the confrontation that took place between Bengals security and New England’s videographer was released on Sunday, and it shows that a specific area of the Cincinnati sideline was recorded for several minutes.

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It’s now been 12 days since a Patriots videographer was caught filming the Bengals’ sideline from the press box during a game, in violation of league rules. We still don’t know what the NFL is going to do about it, but we know the Patriots think it’s much ado about nothing. Patriots wide receiver Julian [more]It’s now been 12 days since a Patriots videographer was caught filming the Bengals’ sideline from the press box during a game, in violation of league rules. We still don’t know what the NFL is going to do about it, but we know the Patriots think it’s much ado about nothing.

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