Found April 11, 2012 on
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Cornerback Leigh Torrence returns to the Redskins after a three-year absence, Washington announced Monday. Torrence (30) appeared in 25 games for the Redskins for the Redskins in the 2006 through late in the 2008 season. The team released him as they became more infatuated with DeAngelo Hall.
Torrence joined the Saints, reuniting with Gregg Williams. Torrence is one of the few players who played for Williams on both the Redskins and the Saints. Pierson Prioleau is another. How long will it take before some intrepid sportswriter asks Torrence to compare Williams in Washington and in New Orleans? Was the man always like that or did he change?
That's not a question Torrence need answer. He probably should not.
Speaking of Prioleau, his coaching future is in a shamble. I figured him for a future acorn on the Gregg Williams coaching tree. He was always described as a player-coach and has been linked with Williams since 2001. A career jump to coaching seemed natural.
Williams is t...
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Fran Tarkenton, who played 18 years in the NFL, recently told a radio station that embattled coach Gregg Williams should be "convicted" and that he "ought to go to prison."
According to Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com, free agent safety Madieu Williams has agreed to sign with the Washington Redskins.
Williams has been contemplating over the past couple of days whether or not he wanted to sign with the Redskins or Atlanta Falcons.
Williams is from Maryland and attended the University of Maryland, so signing with the Redskins is essentially a homecoming...
Every now and then, I have the pleasure of stumbling across an exceptionally well written piece that clears the air around an issue and let's me see the problem for what it is.
Enter Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk.
In the piece linked above, Florio essentially concludes that Williams may be able to redeem himself in the future, but Florio questions whether Williams should...
When Tony Soprano was tipped off that his "business associate" and long time friend, Big ***** Bonpensiero, was doing the simulcast, Puss found himself out on a boat standing in front of three loaded guns being carried by Tony, Paulie Walnuts and Silvio.
After several awkward and frantic shots of Jose Cuervo, the three men fired a dozen bullets through Puss'...
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Hall of Fame quarterback Fran Tarkenton was admittedly angered upon learning of the bounty program imposed by defensive coordinator Gregg Williams and the New Orleans Saints over the last three seasons.
"We didn't play with bounties," the 72-year-old Tarkenton told ESPN Radio. "Dick Butkus didn't have bounties on anybody, or there wouldn’t have been anybody...
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On the heels of the disclosure of Gregg Williams’ profanity-laced speech in which he urged members of his defense to target specific San Francisco 49ers for injury, some players, most notably Cris Carter, have been calling for a lifetime ban for the disgraced defensive coordinator.
Ironically, Kurt Warner, the former Arizona Cardinals quarterback, who was one the prime targets...
Cornerback Cortland Finnegan has mentioned frequently the draw head coach Jeff Fisher was in his decision to sign with the Rams as an unrestricted free agent. But Fisher wasn't the only reason.
While in New York to represent the Rams in the unveiling of Nike's new uniforms, Finnegan said that defensive coordinator Gregg Williams was also a major part of his motivation, even...
Local author/filmmaker Alan Donnes who has covered the Saints and even did a book about them title ‘Patron Saint’ did a wide ranging interview with America’s Radio News Network where he fingered former Saints defensive quality control Mike Cerullo as the snitch that set “Bountygate” into motion.Donnes contends that Cerullo was a “disgruntled employee” that left the...
Andrew Juge of the Saints Nation stops by to explain why Sean Pamphilon didn't release the Gregg Williams tape for anything other than to make a name for himself. Ralph explains why John Clayton's theory of the Saints having a different head coach every week until Joe Vitt returns from suspension might be the best idea ever. Andrew and Ralph come up with fun ways the...