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NFL looking into report of tampering by the Redskins
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(New York-AP) -- The N-F-L says it will look into a report that the Washington Redskins tampered with safety Lawyer Milloy while he was still under contract to the New England Patriots.

The Sports Illustrated web site quoted Milloy as saying that Washington made him an offer before the Patriots released him last week. That would be a violation of the N-F-LÔŅĹs tampering rules.

The Redskins called the report "absurd," and Milloy later disputed it, saying he "wasnÔŅĹt contacted by any other team" before the Patriots cut him last Tuesday.

Milloy eventually signed with the Buffalo Bills, who outbid the Redskins for the services of the four-time Pro Bowler.

N-F-L spokesman Aiello said the league plans to interview the parties involved, with no timetable set for a resolution.

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