Pats, B's, Sox
Things you are over-looking or ignoring.This was a Kraft documentary crew. If the league had done it then I agree it's not a problem for the organization. Since it wasn't, it is a problem.
Don't point a camera at another team's sideline. It can't be that hard can it?
1) The company that did the filming has no direct relation to the Patriots.
2) The company received permission from the NFL and from the Browns to be in the Stadium to film.
3) Since it was the BROWNS stadium, it's the BROWNS' responsibility to notify the opposing team that a NON-NFL film crew is around.
4) Since the crew had no direct affiliation with the Patriots, why would the Patriots need to notify anyone of anything?
How much you wanna bet that they filmed the BROWNS sideline as well? Since they'd been given permission to be in the Stadium and filming during Game Day.
This idea you're trying to push that the PATRIOTS did something wrong is ridiculous. This idea that the NFL didn't know EXACTLY what that video company was doing is also ridiculous.