by Scott Benson
Unless the question is – Reggie Bush, or Mario Williams?
On the CBS pre-game show, Casserly just claimed that along with videotaping opposing coaches for the purpose of stealing their defensive signals, the Patriots are also jamming the other team’s radio signals (even on the road) and breaking into their opponent’s locker rooms to steal game plans.
The New York Jets – who couldn’t possibly have been Casserly’s source – told the two-time loser GM that they reserve the right to levy further charges against the Pats “if new information becomes available.”
The Jets – currently mired in last place in the AFC East – also reserve the right to announce the earth is flat and the sky is green (with envy) “if new information becomes available.”
Meanwhile, Casserly – waiting in vain for another fool willing to hand his team over to the general managing equivilent of a multi-car pile up – passes the time by furthering the hidden agendas of his booze-soaked former colleagues on the NFL’s shadow government, otherwise known as its Competition Committee.