The New England Patriots are on the hot seat once again for videotaping opponents. And the level of intrigue continues to rise.

Adding some light to the seriousness of their latest offense, Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer obtained an exclusive copy of the video — and the network aired a portion of it during their “FOX NFL Sunday” pregame show.

The video, taken at last Sunday’s Cincinnati Bengals-Cleveland Browns game, showed the Bengals’ substitution patterns. Where the story gets interesting is that later, the Patriots videographer was confronted by a Bengals security officer, who questions exactly what was being taped.

According to The Boston Globe, the Patriots suspended the videographer — a longtime employee of Kraft Sports and Entertainment — last week after the incident became public.

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