Patriots are being investigated for reportedly videotaping Bengals’ play calls

FOXBOROUGH MASSACHUSETTS- DECEMBER 08 Head coach Bill Belichick of the New England Patriots looks on during the game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Gillette Stadium

Cincinnati Bengals coach Zac Taylor said Monday that the National Football League is investigating if the Patriots had a videographer filming the Bengals sideline from the Cleveland press box during Sunday's game.

The incident came to light at the end of Bengals coach Zach Taylor's press conference Monday when he was asked about the videographer's presence in the press box. "I've got no comment". An official for the Bengals, who were playing at Cleveland on Sunday, saw a member of the video crew wearing a Patriots shirt and alerted the league, which confiscated the video, according to the source.

ESPN is reporting that the footage was for a documentary that the Pats are filming on a day in the life of an advanced scout, but the Bengals didn't know about it and told National Football League security.

ESPN's Adam Schefter says the Patriots were credentialed by the Browns (the home team) to shoot that day for a segment called "Do Your Job" which spotlights key Patriots staffers behind the scenes.

Defending champion Clemson to face Ohio State in Fiesta Bowl
Of those, 19 more played in the 2017 semifinals and seven have played in all five playoff games over the previous three seasons. App State, too, and Miami (Ohio), Minnesota, Georgia, LSU , Boise State, and Florida Atlantic.

Generally speaking, a game between the 10-3 Patriots and the 1-12 Bengals wouldn't have a lot of drama to it.

The New England Patriots have once again found themselves under investigation for something they allegedly did with a video camera, but early indications are that they were not engaging in any Spygate-like activity this time around.

Officially, the Patriots were guilty of using "equipment to videotape an opposing team's offensive or defensive signals, ' but while Belichick did admit to a 'mistake" in his interpretation of the rules, he has denied using the footage to gain an in-game advantage.

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