As Manjudas has effectively admitted his role as an accomplice in Patriots "cheating" activities, one should assume he put the same practices into effect when he became a head coach. That would certainly explain the Jets over-achieving 2006 season - and might shed some light on what's looking like an exceptionally average team this season with the spotlight on signal stealing activities. I think the direct question should be asked of Goodell as to whether he's granted Manjudas any immunity for his information. If not, any good reporter should follow up asking if the League will request any and all recordings posessed by the Jets, seeing as Manjudas is an admitted "cheater" himself while with the Patriots. Quite frankly, at some point I see Manjudas being fired as the HC of the NYJ - at which point he might want to inquire with Goodell if the NFL runs their own form of a Witness Relocation Program wherein he's given a new identity and takes a job as a Ball Boy for an Austrailian Rules football team.