But it doesn’t appear the league is inclined to do anything about it.
Peter King of The MMQB writes this morning that there’s no sense the league is going to press for tampering charges, since the general impression is the General Manager was too “tipsy and waving his arms” for it to have been an actual football conversation.
That doesn’t mean it didn’t happen, and that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t have happened.
But on the scale of NFL justice, it doesn’t seem like this one is going to get anything more than a call to remind him to be careful what he does with his cell phone.
Kind of like Brett Favre.