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NFL clears Patriots of any wrong doing with Steelers headset issues Thursday night

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Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin was very candid when talking about the issue with the team's headsets on the sideline during the 28-21 loss to the New England Patriots Thursday night. Tomlin said after the game, in regards to having headset issues in Foxborough, it is "always the case". Despite allegations of the Patriots purposefully altering the Steelers signals from coach-to-coach headsets, the NFL has backed the Patriots by clearing them of any wrong doing.

Following the incident, NFL spokesman Michael Signora said the league believes the problem "involved no manipulation by any individual and that the Patriots had nothing to do with it."

The statement continued saying the problem was "entirely attributable to an electrical issue made worse by the inclement weather" and that the league "will continue to review the matter to determine if there are technical steps that can be taken to avoid similar problems from occurring in other games




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