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    DISCUSSION: WHAT PUNISHMENT FOR GREGG WILLIAMS, SAINTS?

    "Bounty hunter Gregg Williams will be taken to the woodshed today by NFL
    Sheriff Roger Goodell when Williams has to meet with Goodell to discuss bounty
    payments to between 22 and 27 defensive players from 2009 through 2011 while
    Williams was defensive coordinator of the <a class="sbn-auto-link" href="http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/teams/new-orleans-saints">New Orleans
    Saints</a>.


    Simple topic today. What should the gun-slinging Sheriff Goodell do with
    Williams and the Saints? What punishment fits this crime?</p>


    SI's Peter King wrote today that "There's little doubt the
    penalties on the Saints will be worse than what the league did to the Patriots for
    the Spygate scandal in 2007."</p>


    Punishment isn't likely to be announced today, but should come before league meetings at the end of this
    month.</p>


    What would you do if you were Goodell? You know he will come down hard,
    especially considering his push for a kinder, gentler NFL."</p>

  • THE_New_York_Giants
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    Re: DISCUSSION: WHAT PUNISHMENT FOR GREGG WILLIAMS, SAINTS?

    Make the Saints join the UFL for 3 years.

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  • BlueSanta
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    Re: DISCUSSION: WHAT PUNISHMENT FOR GREGG WILLIAMS, SAINTS?

    What is interesting is Tony Dungy has implicated Jeff Fisher in a similar scheme when he was with the titans. The league is beginning to look into it.

    The rams may find themselves a self coached team.

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  • G-Men Surg.
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    Re: DISCUSSION: WHAT PUNISHMENT FOR GREGG WILLIAMS, SAINTS?

    [quote user="Giants Of New Jersey"][quote user="G-Men Surg."][quote user="RoanokeFan"]DISCUSSION:* WHAT PUNISHMENT FOR GREGG WILLIAMS, SAINTS?

    "Bounty hunter Gregg Williams will be taken to the woodshed today by NFL
    Sheriff Roger Goodell when Williams has to meet with Goodell to discuss bounty
    payments to between 22 and 27 defensive players from 2009 through 2011 while
    Williams was defensive coordinator of the <a class="sbn-auto-link" href="http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/teams/new-orleans-saints">New Orleans
    Saints</a>.


    Simple topic today. What should the gun-slinging Sheriff Goodell do with
    Williams and the Saints? What punishment fits this crime?</p>


    SI's Peter King wrote today that "There's little doubt the
    penalties on the Saints will be worse than what the league did to the Patriots for
    the Spygate scandal in 2007."</p>


    Punishment isn't likely to be announced today, but should come before league meetings at the end of this
    month.</p>


    What would you do if you were Goodell? You know he will come down hard,
    especially considering his push for a kinder, gentler NFL."</p>
    [/quote]

    Its going to get ugly. The legal ramifications are brutal and will take a huge toll on them.

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/201...?sct=nfl_t2_a5[/quote]

    haha legal RAMifications hahaha... get it...greg williams...rams....RAMifications...ahhhh im bored[/quote]
    LOL !

    Leave a comment:


  • Giants Of New Jersey
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    Re: DISCUSSION: WHAT PUNISHMENT FOR GREGG WILLIAMS, SAINTS?

    [quote user="G-Men Surg."][quote user="RoanokeFan"]DISCUSSION:* WHAT PUNISHMENT FOR GREGG WILLIAMS, SAINTS?

    "Bounty hunter Gregg Williams will be taken to the woodshed today by NFL
    Sheriff Roger Goodell when Williams has to meet with Goodell to discuss bounty
    payments to between 22 and 27 defensive players from 2009 through 2011 while
    Williams was defensive coordinator of the <a class="sbn-auto-link" href="http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/teams/new-orleans-saints">New Orleans
    Saints</a>.


    Simple topic today. What should the gun-slinging Sheriff Goodell do with
    Williams and the Saints? What punishment fits this crime?</p>


    SI's Peter King wrote today that "There's little doubt the
    penalties on the Saints will be worse than what the league did to the Patriots for
    the Spygate scandal in 2007."</p>


    Punishment isn't likely to be announced today, but should come before league meetings at the end of this
    month.</p>


    What would you do if you were Goodell? You know he will come down hard,
    especially considering his push for a kinder, gentler NFL."</p>
    [/quote]

    Its going to get ugly. The legal ramifications are brutal and will take a huge toll on them.

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/201...?sct=nfl_t2_a5[/quote]

    haha legal RAMifications hahaha... get it...greg williams...rams....RAMifications...ahhhh im bored

    Leave a comment:


  • RoanokeFan
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    Re: DISCUSSION: WHAT PUNISHMENT FOR GREGG WILLIAMS, SAINTS?

    [quote user="greenca190"]Lose second and third picks this year, first next year. 600,000 dollar fine to the saints organization. I think Gregg Williams will keep his job, but Jeff Fischer will eventually be convinced to part ways with him before their first season in st Louis.[/quote]

    Here's one issue that will be interesting. We have information that Williams has done this for years with at least three of his former teams. The consensus seems to be that the punishment will be "severe." I have no idea what "severe" actually means but if it involves a suspension/ban for Williams is that fair to his the Rams which, as far as I know, is not involved is the bounty business.

    Then there is the issue of owner Tom Benson ordering the practice to stop and they continued it until all of this bubbled to the surface again. How does he react to all of this? Will he be able to just move on and be confident in his front office to act as he expects them to?

    Leave a comment:


  • G-Men Surg.
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    Re: DISCUSSION: WHAT PUNISHMENT FOR GREGG WILLIAMS, SAINTS?

    [quote user="RoanokeFan"]DISCUSSION:* WHAT PUNISHMENT FOR GREGG WILLIAMS, SAINTS?

    "Bounty hunter Gregg Williams will be taken to the woodshed today by NFL
    Sheriff Roger Goodell when Williams has to meet with Goodell to discuss bounty
    payments to between 22 and 27 defensive players from 2009 through 2011 while
    Williams was defensive coordinator of the <a class="sbn-auto-link" href="http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/teams/new-orleans-saints">New Orleans
    Saints</a>.


    Simple topic today. What should the gun-slinging Sheriff Goodell do with
    Williams and the Saints? What punishment fits this crime?</p>


    SI's Peter King wrote today that "There's little doubt the
    penalties on the Saints will be worse than what the league did to the Patriots for
    the Spygate scandal in 2007."</p>


    Punishment isn't likely to be announced today, but should come before league meetings at the end of this
    month.</p>


    What would you do if you were Goodell? You know he will come down hard,
    especially considering his push for a kinder, gentler NFL."</p>
    [/quote]

    Its going to get ugly. The legal ramifications are brutal and will take a huge toll on them.

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/201...?sct=nfl_t2_a5

    Leave a comment:


  • RagTime Blue
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    Re: DISCUSSION: WHAT PUNISHMENT FOR GREGG WILLIAMS, SAINTS?

    [quote user="greenca190"]Lose second and third picks this year, first next year. 600,000 dollar fine to the saints organization. I think Gregg Williams will keep his job, but Jeff Fischer will eventually be convinced to part ways with him before their first season in st Louis.[/quote]

    You also have to find a way to punish the players, though. Losing draft picks is what players want. . .more job security.

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  • greenca190
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    Re: DISCUSSION: WHAT PUNISHMENT FOR GREGG WILLIAMS, SAINTS?

    Lose second and third picks this year, first next year. 600,000 dollar fine to the saints organization. I think Gregg Williams will keep his job, but Jeff Fischer will eventually be convinced to part ways with him before their first season in st Louis.

    Leave a comment:

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