Patriots File Tampering Charges Against Texans

Jose Verdugo
Junio 13, 2019

On Friday, the day after the party, Texans general manager Brian Gaine was sacked.

But they might have zeroed in too quickly or through improper channels.

A league source confirmed that the Patriots filed tampering charges with the NFL office against O'Brien's Houston Texans Wednesday regarding the pursuit of Nick Caserio for their vacant general manager position. Clearly, the Patriots were intent on keeping Caserio, and the news of the tampering charges only further that fact.

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According to Schefter, the National Football League is expected to gather relevant information and open its own investigation against Houston. Gaine's firing came one day after Caserio, New England players, coaches and executives received their Super Bowl rings during a ceremony at the house of owner Robert Kraft. Caserio, who has been New England's director of player personnel since 2008, immediately became Houston's leading target.

The NFL anti-tampering policy says that "any interference by a member club with the employer-employee relationship of another club or any attempt by a club to impermissibly induce a person to seek employment with that club or with the NFL" is not allowed.

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