NEW YORK (AP) - Former New England Patriots video assistant Matt Walsh spent more than three hours talking with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell about Spygate.
He then took off for Washington to meet with Senator Arlen Specter.
Walsh did not comment after leaving the NFL offices. His lawyer says there will be no comment prior to this afternoon's meeting. Specter is the senior Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee, and has been critical of the NFL's handling of the investigation.
Goodell and Specter each plan to hold news conferences today
after meeting with Walsh.
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