Three days after Deion Sanders claimed the Indianapolis Colts stole their opponents’ signals during the 2007 season, that team’s coach from those days responded to the allegation.
“Of course we got signals when we had an opportunity to do that,” Tony Dungy said Wednesday morning on NBC Sports’ “Pro Football Talk Live.”
But were those Colts cheating when they did so? Absolutely not, Dungy said.
“I think we have to go back to what is cheating,” he said. “People accusing us of cheating? I don’t think that’s the case. Stealing signals?...