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Former NFL linebacker Barrett Green is suing Robert Royal, Gregg Williams, and the Redskins, alleging that a knee injury he sustained courtesy of a Royal hit in 2004 was part of the Skins’ bounty program.
Roger Goodell Has Reinstated Gregg Williams, Titans Officially Hire Him As A Senior Assistant For Defense
Gregg Williams to the Tennessee Titans has been in the works for a while now, pending league reinstatement of Enemy No. 1. Williams, who was suspended indefinitely for his involvement in the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal, sat out all of last season while technically an employee of the St. Louis Rams. As of today he’s been reinstated, and he’s back coaching in the NFL.
Earlier this year, audio surfaced of former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams giving a speech to his players before the Saints’ playoff game against the 49ers in January. And, well, Williams sounded a little unhinged – so much so that ven a former Saint who was disappointed the audio was released in the first place had to criticize him for it.
One of the biggest developments in the sports world yesterday was the release of an audio tape featuring crazy-sounding remarks from former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams. But the man who was the reason that tape existed wasn’t happy about the release.
This Leaked Audio From A Saints Defensive Meeting Might Signal The End Of Gregg Williams’ Coaching Career
Gregg Williams was already in deep trouble because of the Saints’ bounty scandal in which he played a critical role. As of this morning, though, Williams is even more screwed. Hear why after the jump.
The New Orleans Saints organization is getting a lot of flak for the bounty hunting culture put in place by former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams. But according to players around the league, this pay-for-performance system goes way behind the Saints, or even the Washington Redskins, where Williams was once an assistant.
The Saints’ Bounty Program Will Send The NFL’s Concussion Debate Into Overdrive… And Probably Change Nothing
When Chargers offensive lineman Kris Dielman had to retire yesterday following the aftereffects of a head injury suffered in a game last year, it was the NFL’s latest unwelcome reminder that it has a concussion problem. The debate over what the league should do to prevent players from getting concussions – and thanks to some new revelations about the New Orleans Saints, it’s about to get even louder.