FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) - New England coach Bill Belichick awaited word on the NFL's investigation Thursday and spent a second day trying to shift focus to the next opponent instead of the Patriots' alleged spying.
``I'll make a comment when it's over,'' he said.
The team practiced Thursday for Sunday night's game against the San Diego Chargers, the team the Patriots beat in last season's playoffs.
New England beat the New York Jets in last Sunday's season opener in which an on-field video camera allegedly focusing on Jets coaches was confiscated from a Patriots employee.
Belichick sidestepped questions asking him to clarify Wednesday's prepared statement in which he said he spoke with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell ``about a videotaping procedure during last Sunday's game and my interpretation of the rules.
``I said that I don't have anything to add to that. When they give a decision, I'll make a comment,'' said Belichick, who has won three Super Bowls.
He also was asked if he had any remarks for Patriots fans, who were not mentioned in Wednesday's statement.
``I made that statement,'' Belichick said. ``That's all I have to say right now.''

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