Found April 05, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
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San Francisco 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers played for Gregg Williams when they were both a part of the Washington Redskins organization. Rogers recently told KNBR that players were paid to hit opposing players hard enough to knock them out of the game. The money that players received was from fines that were collected by Williams for being late to meetings, etc. Some players also put some money into the pot as well. Players were paid for making big plays, such as interceptions. At the end of the day, Roger doesn’t believe the penalties that have been placed upon the Saints will change the league. “Will guys stop doing it in their [meeting] rooms? I doubt it,” said Rogers. Then the program started to grow. “It went on to guys just suggesting stuff in a room,” Rogers said. “If you knock this person out, let’s say a receiver, he comes across the middle. Safety knocks him out, a legal hit, you get this amount of money.” Rogers believes that the word “bounty” really over...
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