New Orleans Saints General Manager Mickey Loomis faces an 8 game suspension from the NFL for his role in the recent bounty scandal. (image credit Matthew Sharpe/Getty)
New Orleans, LA (WLTX) -- In a report released to ESPN writer John Barr, The U.S. Attorney's Office in Louisiana was told that Saints General Manager Mickey Loomis allegedly had an electronic listening device that enabled him to listen in on visiting coaching staffs.
According to Barr's story, the source requested anonymity, and that Loomis apparently had the ability to listen in on conversations for nearly three NFL seasons.
Read the full story on ESPN's website.