I still think videotaping another team's practices and defensive signals and subsequently winning superbowls with that knowledge is worse for the integrity of the sport.
Now on a level of being disgusting scumbags, this is way worse. But for the integrity of the game, I'd say cheating is worse than being paid to injure players.
I disagree entirely. While I think both are very bad, one undermines the level playing field of the game (which is terrible, but on a different level IMO), while the under undermines the underpinings of the game itself. If the game becomes about head hunting and safety, then playing the game is no longer about football but about injuring another player.
head hunting in this day and age of lawsuits, if it were known and not addressed, could literally destroy the game.