Found July 14, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
Getty Images Former NFL defensive coordinator Gregg Williams told the media on Friday that he plans on coaching again.  Right now he can only sit and wait, since he was suspended indefinitely by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. “I will coach again,” said Williams, who declined any further questions. Williams was set to start his first season as the St. Louis Rams defensive coordinator this season.  Then the bounty scandal came and turned his life upside down. I believe in the end Williams will coach again in the NFL, but I don’t know if he’ll back in 2013.

Gregg Williams: “I WILL coach again”

Former NFL defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, suspended indefinitely for his role in the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal, said Friday said that he does not plan on being out of coaching forever even though he hasn’t communicated with commissioner Roger Goodell in months. “I will coach again,” Williams, former defensive coordinator in New Orleans and current (though...

Gregg Williams: 'I will coach again'

In his first public appearance since being suspended indefinitely, former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams told "I will coach again." Williams hosts an annual golf fundraiser that benefits children in his hometown of Excelsior Springs, Mo. Williams was suspended indefinitely on March 21 by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for his admitted role in a...

Gregg Williams vows ‘I will coach again’

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