Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly has heard air traffic control coming in over the headsets he uses to communicate with his staff. Former Ravens coach Brian Billick said he once heard a pizza delivery guy.
So when the Pittsburgh Steelers coaches started picking up the home radio broadcast on their headsets, there shouldn't have been any cause for suspicion.
Except they were at the home of the twice-convicted New England Patriots.
"The whole world sees it," Cleveland Browns linebacker Karlos Dansby said on Friday, a day after the Steelers' headsets went out in the Patriots' 28-21 victory. "Everybody (saw) it last night. You're like, 'What? The...