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The NFL will again interview former Patriots assistant and current Jets quarterbacks coach Brian Daboll.
During Tuesday's meeting with Matt Walsh, NFL security director Milt Ahlerich asked Walsh what had happened during the walk-through for Super Bowl XXXVI. According to NFL attorney Gregg Levy, Walsh told Goodell that Daboll, who was then the Patriots' receivers coach, asked Walsh what he saw at the Rams' walk-through.
Walsh was in the stadium in his Patriots gear setting up equipment during the walk-through, Goodell said. NFL officials noted that it's common for personnel not connected to the team to be present on that day.
Daboll was interviewed by the commissioner several months ago and did not reveal that conversation with Walsh.
The date and time of the new meeting between Daboll and the commissioner is unclear.
"I have cooperated with the league's investigation and was completely truthful and forthcoming," Daboll said. "The league has requested to speak to me again. In light of this request, I will not comment further other than to say that I have been and will continue to be completely truthful, cooperative, and forthcoming with the league."
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Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.