The recent "bounty" scandal involving Gregg Williams and the New Orleans Saints has brought out many different opinions, but none have been more hypocritical than that of many current and former players who say it is just part of the game. Let's take a trip down memory lane for a moment to reminisce about the way many people have responded to Roger Goodell 's recent push to make the league safer for players, shall we? It seems like the general consensus for most people has been that Goodell doesn't really care about player safety, rather all he really cares about is not getting hit with a lawsuit and that he's really only protecting the financial interests of the NFL.
Former New Orleans Saints Darren Sharper: no strong evidence to punish players on bounty scandal The National Football League (NFL) is yet to announce punishments for the 22 to 27 players involved in the New Orleans Saints bounty sc... Read Post
New Orleans Saints defence players ready for 2012-13 season, will keep Gregg Williams intensity alive - NFL News New Orleans Saints will face a rough season in 2012-13 as the full impact of the bounty scandal punishments is likely t... Read Post
Former New Orleans Saints and current St. Louis Rams defensive coordinator wasn't likely the first or the only coach to employ a "bounty" system to reward players for big hits, but he was the first to get caught by the NFL and must ... Read Post