In addition, a source told Drellic the stealing of information was “not limited to one or two occasions.” The FBI’s investigation has reportedly been focused on one breach in 2013 and another in 2014.
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On Thursday, Cardinals owner Bill DeWitt Jr. acknowledged for the first time publicly that his team played a role in the hack. He also began paving the way for the outcome the Cardinals are hoping for — that lower-level employees acted on their own — by calling the activity “roguish behavior.”
“Those responsible will be held accountable, and we will continue what we feel is a great franchise,” DeWitt said.
“I still don’t know the reason for it,” he added. “I can’t come up with a reason for it. It goes against everything we stand for. We don’t know who did what here.”