http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=3259486 From the article: --Walsh does NOT have a confidentiality agreement with the Patriots or anything else that would prevent his cooperation, though I assume that does not include stolen property. --Specter wants to talk to BB and Ernie Adams, but says he has been stonewalled. The Pats attorney told Specter that "it's a league matter," basically that Specter has no business investigating this. --The JETS have also denied permission for their people to speak to Specter. I'm sure they don't want their people under oath about their taping practices. I liked that one, though I suspect it will not be reported. --Damon Huard would not talk to Specter, who called him, but Huard did not believe it was actually Specter. --Specter seemed to take offense that there were "notes." Why would there not be notes?