http://www.baltimoresun.com/sports/football/bal-sp.pregame17dec17,0,1826053.story Don't expect Larry Csonka to be among the well-wishers. Asked whether he felt that the Patriots hurt their legacy with the "Spygate" controversy, Csonka said: "You don't think it did them any good? I played for Shoes [Shula], and when he didn't like the way the rules were set up or things were going, he went to the NFL and got on the rules committee and changed them to his benefit. That's the way we worked. We played by the rules." _______________________ Sounds like an Indianapolis Colt, to me. Pretty stupid. He just said that his team changed the rules to their benefit.