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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Patriots coach Bill Belichick sounds like he is ready to hold a bake sale for the league if that's what it needs to put cameras on NFL sidelines and end zones.
Asked about using replay on a sideline catch by James White in the third quarter of Sunday night's game against Houston, Belichick said he didn't see an angle that gave him an answer. The coach said on Monday the league needs to have the right camera angles, and "I don't think we should be worried about how much it's going to cost."
Belichick says he wants to get the right call, whatever it is, and that "If we need to raise money, we should raise money."
The Patriots beat Houston 27-6 on Sunday night to snap a two-game losing streak. New England plays Tennessee on Sunday.
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