For example, Sal goes on ESPN and states that Walsh was told by Belichick to be discrete. Yet Sal was at the very same press conference yesterday where the commissioner said that Walsh never met Belichick. He was told to keep it discrete by his supervisor, not Belichick. Yet now we get the numerous detailed analysis of Belichick was obviously lying about misinterpeting the rules because he told Walsh to be discrete. It's not just related to this case, but it seems this way in general. Journalism has no ethics anymore, it's nothing more then gossip and slander for pure pathalogical enjoyment. Opinions are fine, columnists and reporters are different, but they should at least write, report, and comment based on facts and not their own "misinterpretations." Did Sal make a mistake and misinterpret what the commissioner said yesterday or did Sal lie to make his point? I guess it goes both ways, but when it's the media the rest of us do not have the same voice to influence opinion and perception. It's just too bad because it gives "journalists" a free ticket to be irresponsible the vast majority of time.