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Teen killer, Pamela Smart's lover, granted parole

last monthNews / Crime : Crimesider

William Flynn was 16 years old when he helped carry out the murder in 1990 of Pamela Smart's husband Gregg

Rams defense finally comes as advertised

SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Before the 2014 season began, much of the St. Louis Rams' success was said to hinge on the week-to-week performance of new coordinator Gregg Williams' defense. After seven weeks of floundering in the same vat of...Show More Summary

Goodell “never intended” to hear Ray Rice appeal

Two years ago, the NFL aggressively defended the ability of Commissioner Roger Goodell to handle the appeal of the suspensions he imposed on the Saints players accused of participating in Gregg Williams’ bounty program.  Eventually, Goodell handed the baton to former Commissioner Paul Tagliabue.  Who overturned the suspensions. Now, the league won’t be fighting for…

Will Rams' Gregg Williams be out for blood in Friday's game vs. Saints?

Normally, preseason games have all the gravitas of a kid's birthday party — especially a game in which starting quarterbacks Drew Brees and Sam Bradford are not expected to play. But as The Times-Picayune's Larry Holder points out, Friday's St. Show More Summary

How to watch Saints vs. Rams 2014 online, TV schedule, radio and more

Gregg Williams will return to St. Louis, and his influence over a young, talented group will be on display Friday against a dynamic offense. The St. Louis Rams and New Orleans Saints are set to do battle on Friday night to open up preseason action for both teams. Show More Summary

Saints, Gregg Williams reunion coming tonight

Two years ago, the Saints’ season became derailed by the cartoonish comments and conduct of defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, who brought to the Bayou a so-called bounty program that he reportedly used with other NFL teams.  In lieu of venturing down the proverbial rabbit hole, the NFL plugged it with cement, threw the book at…

Saints ready if Williams 'brings it'

The New Orleans Saints know better than most teams how much their former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams loves to blitz. So they’ll be on high alert now that they’re going against Williams in Friday’s preseason opener at the St....Show More Summary

Payton: No plans to talk to Williams, Rams

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. – When Gregg Williams was still defensive coordinator for the New Orleans Saints in 2011, he infamously blitzed like crazy in the preseason opener against the San Francisco 49ers, leading to six first-half...Show More Summary

Gregg Williams still sorting through options

EARTH CITY, Mo. -- Much is expected of the St. Louis Rams' defense in 2014. The Rams have spent the past three offseasons bolstering the talent on that side of the ball, regularly spending premium picks to keep building. Coach Jeff Fisher...Show More Summary

Gregg Williams making himself heard

EARTH CITY, Mo. -- Finding new St. Louis Rams defensive coordinator Gregg Williams on the practice field is only as difficult as the ability to hear. Even if you don't spot him right away, you can follow the voice. Whether it's the guttural...Show More Summary

T.J. McDonald's role expected to expand

EARTH CITY, Mo. -- St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher and defensive coordinator Gregg Williams have an extensive history of working together. Their defensive philosophies are similar and, now that they are reunited in St. Louis, the scheme...Show More Summary

Jeff Fisher says Gregg Williams is changing the attitude in St. Louis

Rams head coach Jeff Fisher brought in his old buddy Gregg Williams to whip his defense into shape this year, and Fisher says Williams is making big changes to the attitude. Fisher said Williams is re-shaping the Rams’ defense in a way that can already be felt during Organized Team Activities, and that should extend…

NFL Nation Buzz: St. Louis Rams

ESPN.com St. Louis Rams reporter Nick Wagoner discusses the addition of defensive coordinator Gregg Williams.

William Hurt Circling ‘Men Of Granite,’ Story About Basketball Trumping Bigotry In Small Town America

William Hurt, who two weeks ago dropped out of the Gregg Allman biopic Midnight Rider after the tragic on-set death of 27 year-old camera assistant Sarah Jones, is circling the basketball drama Men of Granite written by new scribe Armand Kachigian. Show More Summary

Deadline’s Best Film Stories Of The Week

Check out the top film stories you missed on Deadline this week: William Hurt Pulls Out Of ‘Midnight Rider’ Movie By Anita Busch and Jen Yamato William Hurt, who was set to play Gregg Allman in the feature film Midnight Rider, has pulled out of the movie. Show More Summary

Newswire: William Hurt exits Midnight Rider after crew member's death

Actor William Hurt has withdrawn from the Gregg Allman biopic Midnight Rider after an on-set accident resulted in the death of second camera assistant Sarah Jones. The accident occurred on February 20, as the crew was filming a dream sequence on a railway bridge in Georgia. Show More Summary

The Trailer for Clark Gregg's Trust Me

12 months agoFilm / New Releases : Coming Soon

Starz Digital Media has brought online the trailer for writer/director/star Clark Gregg's Trust Me, a new comedy drama that also stars Felicity Huffman, Allison Janney, William H. Macy, Niecy Nash, Amanda Peet, Sam Rockwell, Molly Shannon, Saxon Sharbino and Paul Sparks. Show More Summary

Clark Gregg navigates the world of Hollywood child actors in this TRUST ME trailer!

Trailer for TRUST ME, written, directed by, and starring Clark Gregg, and also starring Allison Janney, Sam Rockwell, Amanda Peet, William H. Macy, Molly Shannon, Paul Sparks, Niecy Nash, and Felicity Huffman. Read the full article on...Show More Summary

After Train Tragedy, More Woes for Allman Biopic

Two months after a train struck and killed a crew member working on Midnight Rider, star William Hurt has pulled out of the movie. Hurt was to play Gregg Allman in the biopic of the rocker, and his departure casts doubt on the film's future, Deadline reports. But a source...

William Hurt Is Withdrawing From Midnight Rider

William Hurt is withdrawing from his starring role in the Gregg Allman biopic Midnight Rider, Deadline has confirmed. Director Randall Miller has been looking to re-start production after shooting was halted following the tragic death of camera assistant Sarah Jones on February 20th. Jones died in a train crash which... More »

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