Matt Walsh sent the NFL eight videotapes of the Patriots illegally taping opponents' signals from 2000-2002, but did not send a videotape of the Rams' walkthrough prior to Super Bowl XXXVI, reports The New York Times.

The former Patriots employee will meet with the league in person later this month to discuss the tapes, but the league office wanted the videotapes by Thursday, according to The New York Times.

Walsh worked for the Patriots in the video department from 1997 until he was fired in 2003. He is currently an assistant golf pro working in Hawaii.

The Boston Herald reported on the day of this season's Super Bowl between the Patriots and Giants that, according to an unnamed source, the Patriots had taped the Rams' final practice the day before Super Bowl XXXVI. According to the New York Times, Walsh's lawyer said Walsh was not the source for that story.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick denied the claim. Belichick did admit to violating league rules since becoming Patriots coach in 2000 regarding taping opposing coaches, and he was fined $250,000 and the team was fined $500,000 and lost a first-round draft pick for the violations.

According to The New York Times, the tapes are of the Dolphins, Jets, Chargers, Steelers and Browns.

After months of negotiating, Walsh is scheduled to meet with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday to further discuss the situation.

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