Julian Edelman had no involvement in the latest Patriots’ videotape incident. However, he did come forward to answer questions regarding the team’s latest controversy. By what he said, we came to realize that he is not the happiest about what has happened.
The Patriots are getting ready for a very important game against the Buffalo Bulls later today. Because of the incident with the videotaping, there has been some suspicion glooming over the Patriots. But Edelman is not worried about it at all and is focused on the game:
“Yeah, that’s pretty much a joke. We haven’t even thought about it, honestly. We’ve been thinking about other things. It’s funny, but it is what it is. I don’t know, it’s ridiculous. My focus is on the Buffalo Bills.”
The NFL is still investigating the situation in which New England hired a video crew to film an episode of the team’s web series “Do Your Job,” in which they follow the work of an advance scout. The Bengals were worried about the Patriots filming their sideline, which is a violation of NFL rules. When talking about this, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell explained:
“It’s under review. We’re going to be thorough. We’re going to take our time and make sure we look at everything that’s pertinent here and make a decision.”
When asked about this, Belichick said:
“I heard about this, and evidently this is our production people on the TV show that were there. I have absolutely nothing to do — we have absolutely nothing to do with anything that they produce, direct, shoot or anything. I’ve never even seen any of their tapes or anything else. So this is something that we 100 percent have zero involvement with. This is something that you would have to talk to the production people about and what they were doing and whatever it was.”