http://cbs.sportsline.com/nfl/story/10663059 "Actually," he said, "you could learn quite a bit from our walkthrough. We do some red-zone, goal-line and short-yardage stuff -- plays that we will use in a game. So in those situations you can get a competitive advantage. "For the overall game, that's a small part, so who's to say it had a bearing or effect on things? But that's not the point. The point to me is that, clearly, if it did happen it's wrong. It's cheating. Everyone keeps saying, 'Well, it didn't affect the game,' but that's not the point. "It's against the rules. Since when did we dismiss that part of it? That's why I think it needs to be investigated just to make sure there are no lingering effects, so you can put this thing to bed and maintain the integrity of this league. Something of this magnitude you'd like to see taken to its final conclusion."