In 2012, the Saints’ defense fell apart during a season marked by suspensions for the bounty program run by former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams. In 2013, one Saints player says, they’re going back to that old Gregg Williams mentality. Minus the bounties, of course. Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins says new defensive coordinator Rob Ryan is…
William Friedkin's classic THE EXORCIST remains one of the scariest films ever made and in the 40 years since it was first released it has not lost its impact. Recently Friedkin sat down with The Hollywood Reporter's Gregg Kilday...Show More Summary
One year ago, Blake Williams served as the St. Louis Rams' linebackers coach, ostensibly in the service of his father, Gregg, who was supposed to have been the Rams' defensive coordinator. Then, a couple things happened. Gregg was suspended...Show More Summary
I think the Bruins surprise with a former NBA coach, and the Trojans pluck a guy who had success, struggled off the court, and then had success again this year.
Nathan Fillion, Amy Acker and Clark Gregg star in this adaptation of the William Shakespeare play. [...]
INDIANAPOLIS -- Jeff Fisher and Gregg Williams are long-time friends. Or perhaps they were long-time friends. The coach of the St. Louis Rams said at the combine that he has not spoken to Williams since the NFL reinstated the assistant. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES -- In the public eye and to various NFL administrators, Gregg Williams is very much the face of BountyGate, and all that is wrong with football today. But to his players past and present, the current defensive assistant with...Show More Summary
Ever since Blake Williams and Gregg Williams were relieved of their duties in St. Louis, the Rams have been looking to fill their vacant defensive coordinator position. Former Dallas Cowboys coordinator Rob Ryan was the first candidate they gave a long, hard look at. Show More Summary
Tennessee Titans beat writer Jim Wyatt discusses his opinion on the hiring of Gregg Williams, the potential of Kenny Britt and Randy Moss‘ recent allegation of prejudice while he played for the Titans in 2010.
Mike Florio talks to Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean about the Titans’ decision to hire Gregg Williams as a defensive assistant as well as coach Mike Munchak’s job security and Kenny Britt’s future with the team. Mike also runs through the top items on the Chiefs and Jaguars’ offseason to do lists.
Good for Gregg Williams. He played the game. The long game, and won. Life is unfortunately like this. You have to eat a giant steaming plate of corporate crap, because you just... can't... win. And I say this not because I like the guy. I don't. Show More Summary
We told you earlier in the week how Gregg Williams was simultaneously reinstated by the NFL and hired by the Tennessee Titans. But that's not entirely true, is it? It seems quite clear that the real Gregg Williams never did make it back from his backpacking expedition through the "remote villages of rural Northern Thailand." More »
Gregg Williams apologized while taking "full responsibility" for his role in the Saints' bounty scandal.
The NFL has reinstated former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, who has joined the Titans’ staff as a senior assistant/defense.
Defensive specialist Gregg Williams is back with the Titans, sporting a goatee that would make Walt Frazier and Keith Hernandez proud. It’s Williams’ first actual job since being fired by the Saints. In between, Williams was employed by — but never worked for — the Rams. And when Williams met with the media on Thursday,…
The Tennessee Titans when ahead and did it without even consulting me. Apparently my opinion on the suitability of Gregg Williams was not relevant to the Titans who hired the disgraced assistant at their first opportunity. There were...Show More Summary
NAHSVILLE, Tenn. -- In a blue sports coat over a lighter blue shirt, a skinny Gregg Williams with a dark goatee but a wisp of gray in his hair re-emerged into the public eye of the NFL Thursday afternoon. The primary offender in Roger...Show More Summary
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Here's the statement Gregg Williams opened his piece of a news conference introducing new Titans assistant coaches Thursday afternoon: I’m not usually a statement guy, but I want to make sure I say things correctly and make sure I include everybody and be patient with me. Show More Summary
If Gregg Williams' NFL reinstatement all but officially ends the drawn-out BountyGate saga, we should all collectively rejoice. I will. No, we shouldn't rejoice simply because we've grown weary of hearing about BountyGate on television—the...Show More Summary
On his first day back in the NFL after being suspended for orchestrating the Saints’ bounty program, new Titans assistant coach Gregg Williams said he accepts the blame for the mess he created in New Orleans, and that he vows to do things the right way going forward. “I met with the commissioner last week…