Congress might not be interested in investigation of Pats' taping

Updated: May 16, 2008, 9:02 AM ET
By Mike Fish | ESPN.com

WASHINGTON -- As the media gathered in a Capitol briefing room Wednesday afternoon, aides for Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa., flipped on the TV in anticipation that Specter would deliver a statement to the Senate critical of the NFL's investigation into Spygate. But he never made it to the floor. A lengthy exchange on food aid proved to be a more pressing issue.

Nonetheless, Specter walked into the briefing room -- his statement having been entered into the congressional record -- and challenged ...

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