Found January 16, 2012 on The Jets Blog:
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Maybe this is some of the reason that Todd Haley hasn’t been rushing, or able, to  take a new (specifically with the Jets) job?  Looks like there might be some more craziness this week for Haley before he finds a new team – be it New York or Arizona. Haley suspected that many rooms at the team facility were bugged so that team administrators could monitor employees’ conversations. Stopping finally in a conference room, Haley said he believed his personal cellphone, a line he used before being hired by the Chiefs in 2009, had been tampered with.
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