Two prominent members of the Cleveland Browns are tied to the bounty scandal that has the league investigating coach Gregg Williams and the New Orleans Saints.
One has been silent on the matter, the other prefers not to look back.
Browns offensive coordinator Brad Childress may have had as much to lose as anyone in the Saints scandal. Childress was coach of the Minnesota Vikings in 2009, and that team had Brett Favre in one of his finest seasons at quarterback in the NFC Championship Game.
The Saints won, but the league has since revealed it did so within the confines of a bounty system that rewarded players with cash payments for injuring the main players on the opposing team. Linebacker Jonathan Vilma reportedly offered 10,000 to any teammate who knocked Favre out of the game. And Favre almost did not finish due to several questionable hits -- one that left him with a serious ankle injury.
Childress, though, declined to wade into what could be the leagues most significant scan...