Felger called him the NFL's version of Woodward and Bernstein. Huh? I think he is the league's version of those Kennedy Assassination/9-11 conspiracy theorist wackos. Easterbrook alleges that he has heard that the tapes the league destroyed had video of walkthroughs of the all three Super Bowl opponents and the league destroyed the tapes would show evidence that could tear down the league. He also thinks that there might have been evidence of other teams cheating and Goodell didn't want to have to take away more first round picks. Easterbrook is dubious about why the league would destroy the tapes unless they had something damning, but Felger said he heard that the Pats asked that the tapes be destroyed after the investigation so that more tapes did not get leaked to the media. I think Easterbrook is trying to gain fame by being the league's resident nutjob. Who actually reads his column otherwise? I know there is a small group of loyal followers of this guy, but he is on ESPN Page 2 for a reason.