Posted April 24, 2012 on nwe.scout.com
PLAYERS: Tom Benson
TEAMS: New Orleans Saints
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If you thought what the Patriots did broke the rules, what do you think about the Saints GM installing equipment to listen in on opposing coaches? Saints owner Tom Benson has some real headaches to deal with, and we haven't even mentioned his granddaughter ... yet.
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